Realization date: 2020The building is located in the complex of the Olomouc University Hospital in the southern part below I.P. Pavlova. It is located next to the shorter part of the building P, to which it is functionally connected.
The object itself consists of two masses. The main mass, measuring approximately 17 x 37 meters with 4 above-ground and one technical floor on the roof, is connected to the existing building P. The individual heights of the floors are connected to each other. 1st floor is used as an entrance and is used for parking and is passable, so it does not form a barrier. The mass of the object in white is supported by columns and walls in the color of anthracite. Windows and sheet metal details are also in this shade.
The building houses the operations of the hemato - oncology clinic - reception, examination rooms, collection and performance room, transfusion hospital and chemo hospital, together with administrative facilities and a lecture room.
The key elements of the design are the variability of layouts and technological equipment, compact shape, optimal ratio of solid and glazed areas, green retention roof, optimal indoor climate - the indoor space is cooled, humidity treatment. Acoustics of interior spaces with emphasis on user comfort. Logistic links are enhanced by pipeline mail connections (regular line + cytostatic line).
The new building was supported by the subsidy program of the OPE p.o. 5.2, which supports the construction of buildings in the passive energy standard. It meets the following parameters:
- air permeability of the envelope at a pressure difference of 50 Pa n50 = 0.6 / h, was proved by a blower door test
- average total heat transfer <0.35 W / m2K
- specific need for heating <15kWh / m2a
- specific need for cooling <15kWh / m2a
- non-renew. prim. energy <120 kWh/ m2a
In all these criteria, the building with a reserve meets the requirements for a passive building. The non-renewable primary energy is even only 64 kWh / m2a, which is an excellent value considering that the complete indoor space is forcibly ventilated in the high parameters of medical facility and cooled in the summer.
Several installations of works of art by Miloš Karásk and other artists also contribute to the quality of the indoor environment. Their intention is to make the clinic more pleasant and to have a positive effect on the emotional state of patients. Abstract paintings of a therapeutic nature, photographs by Michal Zajáček expressing a dreamy landscape, graphic depictions of Warhol cans applied to the hospital of the artist Luďek Bárta and applications of bronze sculptures in combination with colored glass elements appear in key places.