Project type: Healthcare Building

Humanitas Riehen

The new building gave impetus to the Riehen green village initiative: green, glazed strips of terracotta elements take their colour from the big adjacent park with a precious tree population, making a clear link with the surroundings. The ceramic panel has a strong profile and is mounted vertically. The consistent two-colour scheme – light-coloured  dawnings and sun shades on the balcony …

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KJP Regensburg

The extension to this psychiatric clinic for children and young people in Regensburg is clad in high-quality, unglazed ceramic elements whose bright and inviting colour, backed up by cheerful, lime green accents around the windows, create a pleasant and positive overall impression. The strong profile structure of the terracotta panels really breathes life into the façade surfaces, which is reinforced still …

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Jorvi Hospital

Inspired by the picturesque landscape and its colours, the architects equipped the new university paediatric clinic and emergency department with a façade in vivid, bright shades of green. The glazed TERRART® Large elements are installed vertically and mark out the storeys in a ribbon-like way. The colour sequence was entirely random. JORVI HOSPITAL – EMERGENCY …

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care centre Witikon

The main building of Zurich’s Witikon care centre, built in the 1960s, was recently renovated. After about 30 years of operation, the building had structural and operational defects. Energy consumption, fire protection and earthquake resistance no longer met today’s requirements. Among other things, the façade was redesigned during the three-year renovation work, which changed the …

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Geriatric Hospital

The modern extension of the hospital Meiningen reproduces salient features of the old façade, such as the horizontal strips between the storeys and the varying number of windows. The result is a harmonious unit, despite the tension-rich contrast of the different materials and styles. The observer’s view through the windows of the functional areas is …

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Day-care Clinic, Münster

One key feature of the day-care clinic in Münster is the elliptical plan of one building section. As even large-size ceramic units – here from the TERRART®-LARGE range – may be produced with constantly changing radii, this special construction was achieved without any form of polygonal compromise.

PAX Familiy Support, Düsseldorf

Bright colour elements float contrapuntally on the terracotta surface and determine the friendly, open character of the building in Düsseldorf-Benrath. A façade that is likely to set new standards. The building in Schlossallee is the head office of PAX Familienfürsorge.

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