The micro-parklands of the Emergency Hospital in Madrid create a natural system of prefabricated elements following the aim of rapid implementation, isolation, and protection taking as reference the integrated system of living microorganisms.
These micro-enclosures provide circular areas where patients, relatives, or healthcare professionals can meet in secret places surrounded by trees and shrubs. The landscape intervention has a surface of 7,434 sqm in the plot destined for a new hospital constructed in four months during the Covid-19 pandemic. The vital system of living organisms (creativity) and viruses (destruction) has guided the design that intends to prevent infections.
Project: Emergency Hospital Landscape in Madrid