The main architectural challenge of the building was the planning of an excessive program (46,620 m2) due to the size of the site. The construction consists of sixteen floors, seven of which are underground. In this sense, it features an English-style courtyard, situated in the northern part of the building, which provides natural light as far as the last car park floor. In fact, the search for natural light and ventilation was an obsession of this very compact and buried project.
The L-shaped volumetry of the upper floors, open to the space of the street, obeys the plan of adopting the structure of a square characterized by the addition of distinct perimeter spaces to its large central space. The volumetry adopted also seeks to relate the building with the different public spaces that it generates itself. Thus, the exterior form of the hospital is characterized by large volumes of very light edification that produce these spaces and condition their topographic relations.
The entire façade is characterized by an aluminum covering that helps the building achieve better climatic performance. This covering is made up of special pieces manufactured exclusively for the work