Hospital in Stenberk
Realization date: 2021
The new internal pavilion is located in the northern part of the Sternberg hospital complex. Together with the construction, the surrounding areas were addressed, which have a direct connection and influence to the pavilion. The pavilion was designed in the context of the hospital complex and simple and logical links to its surroundings were chosen.
The hospital's headquarters building will give way to the new internal pavilion, which will be dismantled and the headquarters will be relocated to other premises. To the south of the south, the new pavilion is adjacent to the existing transformer station building, which will be preserved and will be sensitively attached to the new building so as not to disturb its architectural expression and together create an aesthetically and technically functional whole.
The internal pavilion is designed as a simple cubic building, which, thanks to its shape and material solution, looks modern and simple. The façade is designed in white with a distinctive plinth and a randomly spaced decor (the same as on the plinth) between some windows. Material differentiation will be achieved either by thin stone cladding (eg sandstone) or otherwise structured plaster (eg perfectly smoothed or colored, which will make optical effects and subtle reflections on the facade, visible from different angles when moving around the building.
Thanks to its simple shape and color, the building can afford to specialize in the form of seemingly randomly placed windows with anthracite frames, which contrast nicely with the simple material and give it an element of originality. The castles for the external blinds and the roofing of both entrances, stretching along the eastern facade of the building, are designed in the same shade. The use of a limited number of colors and materials on the building leaves room for further aesthetic adjustments around the new pavilion.