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2016

Lens Hospital

Lens (62) France

A 571-bed MCO hospital

2016

Lens Hospital

Lens (62) France



This complete MCO program is certainly the most ambitious of recent years in France. It places digital and robotics, brought to the highest level by the region, at the service of better patient care in its extended territory. It imposes the most demanding requirements in terms of sustainable development and a narrowest economic construction ratio ever envisaged.
The architectural response is as radical as it is ambitious.
The hospital is located in a large landscaped garden that naturally structures pedestrian and car traffic.
The proposed functional concept, "tri-lobé", is a variation of the minivan concept, achieving a very efficient surface ratio. The internal functional connections are very short and the flow regulation is strictly ensured. An integrated digital installation serves telemedicine, embedded robotics and supports patient care efficiently. 
A large covered and non-clauseless greenhouse, located upstream of the hall, creates a buffer recreational area. Temperate, it allows users to leave the "process", sheltered, to have fun.
The facades are designed according to a "heliotropic" concept where each side has its own characteristics, just like polarized lenses.

Information

Contracting authority
Lens Hospital Centre
Project management
Olivier Contré, Associate Architect Brunet-Saunier
Website
Rue Louise Michel, Lens (62)
Calendar of events
2016
Type of project
New MCO Hospital
Type of mission
Competition - MOP
Surface area
71,740 m² SDP
Amount of work
140 MILLION EXCLUDING VAT 
Associates/BET
Bet TCE : Egis

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