11. GHESKIO Cholera Treatment Center, Haiti

This healthcare center was designed by the MASS Design Group as a viable solution to provide patients with dignified treatment in a place with infrastructural limitations. The interior enjoys lightness through clerestory openings, pale pastel walls, and easily maintainable custom furniture.

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12. Legacy ER, Allen, United States

Designed by 5G Studio Collaborative, the architecture of this healthcare center has been allocated to display a polished aesthetic. The interior engages in a play of light with detailed skylights paired with crisp frosted glass partitions that create a pleasant dynamic.

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13. Padre Rubinos Nursing Home, Spain

As the new headquarters made for a century-old social institution, this healthcare center provides asylum to the needy through a quiet, serene, and unpretentious space. The building contains horizontal lines and peacefully ordered spaces, elements, and textures that induce relaxation.

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14. Kemang Medical Care, Indonesia

This healthcare center is built by Aboday Architects as an attestation to the usage of colors to promote healing in a user. It uses colored glass to produce a soft glow for every room in addition to the immersion of natural light in most spaces.

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15. The Sieff Hospital, Israel

Built by Weinstein Vaadia Architects, this healthcare center is lodged in the Galilee landscape. The carefully crafted programs of the building alongside its surroundings and therapeutic views, allow the facility to be harmonious and coherent.

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16. North Shore LIJ Katz Women’s Hospital and Zuckerberg Pavilion, New York, United States

This healthcare center by SOM revolves around a curved glass facade that generates a spacious appearance and is paired strategically with contrasting vertical elements. The interior offers a luxurious and sophisticated atmosphere by eliminating endless monotonous spaces.

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17. Ezra Lemarpe Medical Rehabilitation Center, Israel

Built by Weinstein Vaadia Architects, the healthcare center provides medical guidance and rehabilitation in Gaza. The design incorporates therapeutic spaces by accounting for light, colors of vegetation, and the sky, that relieve stress and reduce claustrophobia.

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18. A Warm Clinic, China

RIGI Design rendered this healthcare center in hopes of bringing a scope of magic and happiness to a dental clinic. The interior conveys goodwill, openness, and dialogue. With bright orange circles and warm sensual textures, the facility is thoroughly inviting and lively.

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19. Benjamin Russell Hospital for Children, United States

This healthcare center by HKSf finds order in playfulness by using colors as an easy means of pathfinding. This is activated through architectural landmarks, floor colors, themes, and views that help in figuring out one’s orientation within the building.

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20. Royal Children’s Hospital, Melbourne, Australia

This healthcare center cultivates a healing and restorative environment with a design exploring natural textures, forms, and colors. The environment engages in communication and serves as a therapeutic footprint. With installations and murals that are thematic, the facility negates formality.

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