The surgical fields pavilion is located in the northwestern part of the teaching hospital campus. It is fully consistent with and further develops the existing building system of rectangular wings set into a sloping terrain along the contour and fall line.
The building is vertically divided, strictly according to operational and functional requirements. The lower part of the building is designed for first contact with the patient and urgent medical intervention. Intensive care units are located on the second floor as well as operating rooms connected with the operating rooms in the existing building. These floors form the base and are illuminated by atriums in the form of notches. The roof of the base is designed as green to create a natural blend of the terrain and the new building. The upper floors have been reduced to a five-tract, centered between the western and eastern atria, and further divided into different capacities, corresponding exactly to the intended utilization and function. The capacities are mutually shifted, thus emphasizing their individuality within the whole.
The direction of displacement of the masses of the buildings corresponds to the geomorphologic lines of the sloping site.
The main objective of the proposal was to bring a clear and simple system of connection into the existing building complex of the facility, thereby creating the essential backbone to enable further development in accordance with the concept of the 2009 General Plan