The Montargis hospital centre extends over a vast expanse of plain on the edge of the city. The various buildings that make up the building are governed mainly in their location and form by rules of functionality and service. Over time and according to needs, the entities have been arranged in a logic of proximity. The result is a fortuitous urban planning where access roads and car parks are omnipresent.
It is a question of working with hospital logic at the scale of the entire site. First building of a set of extensions, it is an opportunity to propose a general organizational scheme.
The proposed urban system will eventually create more than 200,000 m² of additional space.
The building, the first piece of this puzzle, is connected to the MCO by an inner street, a large air gallery. It is the backbone of the projected urban system.
The site opens towards the East and the plain, and is organized around planted masses, parks and a framed "main square".
Technically, the building is also the innovative translation of dimensional constraints: thick slabs integrate all "fluids".