21. Nemours Children’s Hospital, United States

Designed by Perkins & Wills and Stanley Beaman & Sears, this facility aims at a new design standard. The spaces are crafted to imbibe reassurance to the guardians and be a source of delight to the children with expansive outdoors and themed interiors.

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22. Teletón Infant Oncology Clinic, Mexico

Sordo Madaleno Arquitectos built this healthcare center as a vessel for tending to the needs of disabled children. The design revolves around visual language and movement, with the facility creating a lively and happy set of spatial programs that is soothing to the users.

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23. Richard Desmond Children’s Eye Center, United Kingdom

Designed by Penoyre & Prasad, this facility is welcoming from the beginning till the end. The design incorporates shapes, lights, and colors. The building zig-zags around a centralized mural with spaces that are light on the mind and easily navigable.

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24. Lady Cilento Children’s Hospital, Australia

Made by Conrad Gargett, this healthcare center is both innovative and colorful whilst being one of the leading diagnostic and treatment facilities for children in Brisbane. The building makes use of colors, natural materials, and installations to promote well-being and engagement.

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25. Scheldehof Residential Care Centre, The Netherlands

This facility by Atelier PRO Architects is built by repurposing a metal sheet factory on a former shipyard in Vlissingen. The closed facade of the old building was opened and fitted with glass to create a voluminous and homely living space. 

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26. New Stobhill Hospital, United Kingdom

Built under the guidance of Reiach and Hall Architects, this facility has a lengthy public arcade that is well-lit with natural light, accommodates vertical circulation, and promotes local gathering. The design is flexible and adaptable and is composed of muted colors and verticality.

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27. Ann B. Barshinger Cancer Institute, United States

This healthcare center by Ballinger is based on regeneration and reconnection. With glazed skins and multiple access points, it creates a deliberate dialogue between the exterior and the interior amalgamating in an atmosphere of visual openness laced with pops of bright colors.

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28. Rush University Medical Center, United States

Designed by Perkins + Wills, this facility re-establishes the motif of form follows function, and reinvents itself as a new gateway for Chicago. The design revolves around functionality, efficiency, and easy navigation with unique sculptural elements like the “reverse terrarium”.

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29. Haraldsplass Hospital, Norway

This healthcare center, designed by C.F. Møller Architects utilizes openness that manifests itself by the elimination of corridors to make room for common areas and the employment of multi-storeyed atriums that act as light channels.

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30. Community Hospital of the Monterey Peninsula, United States

Regarded as a mid-century masterpiece by Edward Durell Stone, this facility was further beautified by HOK. Sculpted to be an ornamented concrete Modernist structure, the complex is designed to channel in natural light and make ample use of the surrounding scenery. 

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