Sincan Hospital, 2011
The design for the hospital is based on the potential psychological advantages of park views on three facades, as well as a set of criteria that ensure easy access, proper functioning and less time spent for traveling between individual units. Careful organization of the circulation routes of the inpatient, outpatient, emergency patients, administrative staff, medical staff and the visitors in order to reduce time-loses due to circulation- based on the footprint study, allocation of Polyclinics on the same floor with easy access from the street level, creating a cheerful and lively environment in order to speed up recovery and recupation periods, orienting all the rooms in a way to face the park, and egregation of emergency units to reduce nosocomephobia constitute the main design criteria.
LOCATION // Ankara, Turkey
CONS. AREA // 118000m²
CLIENT // Ministry of Health Public Private Partnership - Mimar Sinan Engineering
TEAM // Onur Özkoç, Heves Beşeli, Fadime Yılmaz