agustín                 Monzón

Corrientes, Argentina




This project responds to its surroundings by generating certain limits towards its edges where industrial activities take place. Another important aspect is the decision to create an inward-looking space dedicated to functional aspects of the hospital. The zoning regulations favor a vertical building thereby allowing for natural light in the tower, views to the sea and a garden. The use of light and views helps create an environment that promotes a more effective recovery process for patients, while also enabling energy savings in terms of heating. Furthermore, the way the building is positioned enables it to grow and evolve over time.


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