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Emilio Ambasz - Ospedale dell’Angelo (Venice-Mestre Hospital) in Mestre-Venice, Italy PDF Print Email
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Tuesday, 19 January 2010 07:50

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The project is located within roughly 20 acres of generally flat agricultural land bound by a railroad to the southeast, a major roadway to the south west and similar farmland on the remaining sides. There are no significant geographical or other manmade features on or near the site.



The Venice-Mestre Hospital is a general care hospital with 680 patient care beds. It also boasts an emergency care center and advanced surgical facilities. It is the result of a turnkey competition awarded to Astaldi, one of Italy’s two largest developers. This scheme won over a more conventional design because it was understood that a hospital should be conceived as part of the healing process.

 

Photographer: Enrico Cano


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Emilio Ambasz and Associates - Banca dell’Occhio, in Mestre-Venice, Italy PDF Print Email
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Tuesday, 10 November 2009 07:44

Banca_dell_Occhio_01The project is a 5.000 square meters (54,000 sq ft) medical facility that houses multiple functions related to the latest scientific and medical advances in eye transplant and research: a surgical facility, stem cell research laboratories, eye treatment center, administrative offices as well as the EIDON Foundation educational facility, which includes a 450-seat auditorium.

The building is highly visible from the roadway and traffic roundabout. The site is a flat, triangular-shaped 2.8 hectare site located near the entrance to a new regional hospital, also designed by Ambasz, a local railroad, and major roadway.

The triangular-shaped building is defined by two 12 meter high walls, shaped as trapezoidal figure, clad in pre-stained (prepatinato) copper set at right angles to each other. The two extreme points of the orthogonal walls seem about to touch each other.

 

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