丹麦,儿童医院 / 3xn建筑工作室

在这个设计上,3XN与alongside建筑师工作室、咨询公司NIRAS、rosan bosch工作室和kristine jensens tegnestue一起开发了这个项目,旨在彻底改变病人和家属在治疗过程中的体验。更重要的是,这所医院将允许病人尽可能多的和家人呆在一起。

“当我们的孩子生病的时候,整个家庭都会受到影响,”创意总监、3XN的创始人kim herforth nielsen解释道。因此,我们的目标是创造一种环境,让家人能够与病人保持亲密,过上一种与他们之前的习惯的尽可能相似的生活。我们在建筑的治疗性能上做了很多工作,考虑了从气流到日照的因素,同时创造了更多玩耍和有创造力的机会。

“手”是被应用在整个建筑中的带有隐喻性和组织性的原则。每个“手”都是用一个公共的“手腕”空间来定义的,在住院期间为家属提供一个休息场所。每个“手指”都为病人提供了港湾,在每根手指的末端都是冬季的花园。这些花园一直伸展到二楼,展开不同的主题和体验,可以满足不同病人的需求。该设计有组织性的结构设计保证了每个区域之间保持相对较短的距离,包括相隔最远的花园之间相距7到20米,与标准的房子的距离相似。

这座新的儿童医院预计将于2024年完成,并且将容纳多达900名患者。1200名医生、护士、勤务兵和行政人员将在现场工作。预计该项目将耗资3.5亿美元,由丹麦首都地区和奥勒·柯克(ole kirk)资助。


with its design, 3XN — who developed the project alongside arkitema architects, consultants NIRAS, rosan bosch studio, and kristine jensens tegnestue — sought to revolutionize the entirety of the patient and family experience during treatment. importantly, the hospital will allow patients to spend as much time as possible with their families.

‘_when our children become ill, the whole family is affected,’ _explains kim herforth nielsen, creative director and founder of 3XN._ ‘__we have therefore aimed to create an environment where the family can stay close to the patient and have a life as close to what they are used to. __we have worked a lot with the healing qualities of architecture, considering factors from airflow to daylight while creating opportunities for play and creativity.’_

‘hands’ are the metaphorical and organizational principle implemented in the entire building. each ‘hand’ is defined with a public ‘wrist’, providing a lounge area for the family during the stay at the hospital. each ‘finger’ offers patient bays, and at the end of each finger are winter gardens. the gardens stretch to the second floor, unfolding with different themes and experiences that accommodate the various patients’ needs. the organizational structure of the design ensures short distances between each area — including the gardens at a maximum range of 7-20 meters — similar to a standard house.

the new children’s hospital is expected to be completed in 2024 and will care for up to 900 patients. 1,200 doctors, nurses, orderlies, and administrative staff will work on-site. the project is expected to cost $350 million USD — funded by the capital region of denmark and ole kirk’s fond.