Medical Centre in Milagro by Doblee Architects

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Medical Centre by Doblee Architects

Here are some photos of a medical centre in Milagro, Spain, by Doblee Architects of Pamplona.Medical Centre in Milagro by Doblee Architects

Consulting rooms are arranged down one side of the two-storey building and will be shielded from neighbouring houses by a garden planted with olive trees.

Medical Centre in Milagro by Doblee Architects

Photographs are by Josema Cutillas.

Medical Centre in Milagro by Doblee Architects

The information that follows is from Doblee Architects:


The project, beside giving content to the program of a medical doctor's office, tries to generate a dialog between the interior of the building and the public space that surrounds it, having in it counts the sun and the spaces of privacy of the consultations.

Medical Centre in Milagro by Doblee Architects

With the volumetric game between the ground floor and the first one, one seeks to mark and to delimit the zone of access, generating a porch and, in turn, to provide the build of the well-deserved character of municipal equipment.

Medical Centre in Milagro by Doblee Architects

In the ground floor there develops the whole program that gives service to the patient, since they are the consultations and the offices.

Medical Centre in Milagro by Doblee Architects

In the first plant there are located two bedrooms, a kitchen and a lounge of the operatives who work at night.

Medical Centre in Milagro by Doblee Architects

The consultations are connected between them and arranged so that in a future they could be extended it was doing the garden that stays in the southern part.

Medical Centre in Milagro by Doblee Architects

These consultations are orientated towards the court of olive trees that works as filter between the Doctor's office and the housings of to the side.

Medical Centre in Milagro by Doblee Architects

The intention is that the new building passes to form a part of the public square, reorganizing and revaluing the playgroud and the existing green spaces.

Medical Centre in Milagro by Doblee Architects

Medical Centre in Milagro, Navarra (Spain)

PROMOTER: Town Hall of Milagro (Spain)

ARCHITECTS:
Borja Izaguirre Larrañaga
Cristina Arregi Gonzalo
Silvia Echeverría Echeverría
Beatriz Gil Rodríguez

LOCATION: parcel nº 782 of the polygon nº1, between the street Profesor Turrillas and San Juan Avenue, Milagro, Navarra (Spain).

CONSTRUCTED AREA: 653 m2

BUDGET: 588.420 Euros

Medical Centre in Milagro by Doblee Architects

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See also:

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Obata Clinic by Hayato
Komatsu Architects
Carema Healthcare
Centre by TAF
Maggie’s Centre Cheltenham
by MJP Architects
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  • http://www.ByAccidentOrDesign.com Kate

    I love a good piece of brickwork. Check out this building by Mario Botta: http://www.byaccidentordesign.com/layer-upon-laye

  • Haitz

    Nice & Functional, I would say this is "Beautiful Health".
    Borja is the Miracle Kid of Design.
    Keep that way

  • J.S

    Going back to the roots, ….The Brick's Architecture.
    clear shapes and powerful shadows at last.
    Discrete architecture that only aspires to become a good building for public use without fireworks.
    Congratulations!

  • http://www.arquitecnica.net Peru

    A good practice of an architecture with limited means. They made success on the construccion of this building. Congratulations for your good job.

  • lucho

    oh my god!!!!! simply and elegant at the same time. Borja, we hope you live moe than Niemeyer

  • barni

    What a great job of architecture. Architecture with limited resources but simple and elegant. Designed in a humanistic sense of serving the people and town without attracting attention or be the protagonist, but so beautiful…

    Congratulations B.I.L. KID.

  • Axpe

    Silence, clear, elegant… a very good work. Congratulations!!

  • http://www.eating-madrid.blogspot.com gabriel

    Heyyyy Bortx! genial, felicitaciones, es una obra muy bonita!

  • miguelangel

    rotundo y ligero, categorical and light, minimum energy,
    Good work…… complimenti

  • Mtx

    Nice. Seems that we are going back in time where the light and the useful space was the main target for living structures. Shinning work. Congratulations.

  • Joss

    Ese detalle ochentero del muro me pone !!!
    Doble merito con tan poca money