baviera madureira   de carvalho

Belém, Brazil




Every building has a life of its own and in a hospital this feeling is stronger than ever. Its design must fulfill needs relating to functions, constant changes, aesthetics and adaptation to the city before looking at how the different spaces, passages and main entrances should be formed. It is also necessary to adapt to the setting in accordance with nature, the composition of spaces both inside and outside, and the way the facades and roof communicate with the surroundings, as if the hospital’s walls were not its limits. This is a complex challenge and a major responsibility, albeit one that is shared through dialogue with professionals and other users.