The High Resolution Centre of Seville is a clear example of the current trend to eliminate the admission of long-term patients and encourage the admission of short-term inpatients for periods of less than 24 hours.
The ambulance arrival area and the outpatient department, with the greatest number of visitors, is located in an area overlooking the Murillo Gardens, separated by a ceramic lattice acting as a facade.
The health services, such as outpatient surgery, are located in the northeast and southeast sides of the building, where the facade responds to the proximity of the surrounding buildings with smaller gaps in order to satisfy the privacy needs of the facilities behind.
Overlooking the Murillo Gardens, separated by a ceramic latticework
|Client:||Andalusian Health Service|
|Budget:||10 M €|
|Architects:||luis vidal + architects|
|Contributors:||CSP, D-Fine, Vectoria|
|Team:||Marta Cumellas - Isabel Gil - Carolina Hernández - Javier Palacios - Óscar Torrejón - Luis Vidal|