Photo © Paolo Lettieri
Photo © Paolo Lettieri
Photo © Paolo Lettieri
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Masfout Hospital

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FJ Sayh Mudayrah, Masfout, Emirats Arabes Unis
1 million - 100 millions
1-5 étages
Ministry of Public Works - UAE
Paolo Lettieri, Dagmar Sestak, Aswan Zubaidi, Andrea Bambini, Giuseppe Monti, Haider Ismail, Antonina Gucciardi, Francesco Prennushi, Marta Candiani, Roberto Delponte, Pietro Gottardi, Alessio Eberlin, Pierolivo Lunardelli, Simona Panfili, Irene Tchimorin, Giorgio Tommaselli, Maria Marta Zandonà

Masfout hospital is first 30 bed general hospital prototype built in the Emirates of Ajman for the Ministry of Public Works. Preliminary discussions were held between the ministry of public works and UPA in the year 2007 to develop the design along with the medical equipment. The project comprises of ground floor for all functions of the hospital, and the first floor for inpatient wards only, but the services are located in mezzanine floor to serve both up to first floor and down to the main ground floor. This service area is connected by service bridge to the service block which is located at the side but away from the main hospital. The design and the selection of the material is developed to harmonize the surrounding area which is of mountain nature. The Originally design allow the future expansion up to 60 beds. The design developed as joint venture between General Planning & Urbanism Planning Architecture. Project MCK did consultancy services for medical planning and equipment. UPA continued the project up to site supervision and final delivery to client.

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