NEONATAL CENTER IN LVIV
The renovated building consists of two parts – one dates back to the Austro-Hungarian period, and the other one – to the Soviet period (1979).
We applied the most operational architectural solutions to the building facades. We renovated the building of the early twentieth century and repainted it to its original color – gray. The new building has been insulated and covered with cementitious panels with COR-TEN steel inserts.
The design feature of the Austro-Hungarian building is a bas-relief depicting a little boy. It prompted us to use the sculptural elements on the new facade which will expand the theme of the original bas-relief in the modern interpretation.
We implemented a lot of light surfaces to visually increase the space of the lobby room. We also applied bright color accents to create a more optimistic mood in the children's hospital space.
For the convenience of visitors, we provided color zoning – we selected different colors for the areas of the premises depending on the purpose. For example, light green means medical staff offices, blue means common areas, etc. The design also includes navigation: dashboards and room numbering with signatures.
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3 156 sq m