31. Akershus University Hospital, Norway

Designed by C.F. Møller, this healthcare center focuses on establishing an open, friendly, and informal space for the users. A unique feature of this complex is its ‘glass street’, commencing at the reception and stretching onward until the foyer, which engages connectivity. 

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32. LHL Hospital, Norway

Designed by the Nordic Office of Architecture, this facility offers an atmosphere saturated with abundant natural light, easy navigation, and transparent spatial connections. The building makes use of simple materials like glass and timber to give a polished sense of finesse.

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33. Credit Valley Hospital, Ontario, Canada

Created by Farrow Partnership Architects, this is a one-of-a-kind healthcare center showcasing a unique design feature – an atrium filled with a grove of sculptural trees. The idea was to stimulate an environment that appeared to thrive devoid of amenities reminiscent of hotels. 

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34. Maggie’s Cancer Centre, Manchester, United Kingdom

This facility by Foster + Partners was conceptualized to provide a ‘ home away from home ’ with spaces that have been constructed to uplift the users by providing a domestic environment within a garden setting enhanced by sculptural lattice beams and triangulated roof lights.

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35. EKH Clinic, Thailand

Integrated Field (IF) designed this healthcare center in Thailand with the key concept of “Playing is Healing”. The interior design pleasantly tends to a style reminiscent of high-end hotels with a chic environment tolerable to both adults and children interlaid with the idea of “fun”.

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36. Pars Hospital, Iran

From the portfolio of New Wave Architecture, this facility is designed to eradicate the fear and stress associated with healthcare. The interiors are home to lime green superfluous and spacious structures which in addition to being eye-catchy also increase the daylight efficiency.

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37. Children’s Hospital of Richmond Pavilion, United States

Built by HKS, Inc. this healthcare center is envisioned as an oasis for children. The design is propelled by a premium status and brand image. At the core of its principles, the facility is conceptualized as an entity that brings the user closer to nature.

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38. Sir Ludwig Guttmann Health & Wellbeing Centre, UK

This healthcare center by Penoyre & Prasad functions as a stronghold for the community in Newham. The key factors that had gone into the design were flexibility and adaptability. The design heralds a playful environment through a masterful palette of colors.

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39. Guimarães Private Hospital, Portugal

Built by Pitagoras Group, this facility is located in an urban context and was driven out of simplicity. The internal and external circulations are regulated in a clear-cut format. Most of the public circulation areas utilize direct natural light.

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40. Day Care Center for People with Alzheimer’s Disease, Spain

StudioVRA designed the healthcare center in consideration of the aging population in Benavente. The complex is incorporated with spaces for cognitive and physical stimulation activities and promotes healing through active engagement with the outdoors.

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