Hospital Rey Juan Carlos
Móstoles, Spain. 2008
Client: Consejería de Sanidad CAM
Administrative Concession: CAPIO
Project: Rafael Lahoz Castanys, Álvaro Olabarría Íñiguez de Onzoño (Architects) Ángel Barrasa Ibáñez (Engineer ICAI)
Supervision of construction: EACSN - Javier Lacasa (Technical architect)
Budget: 97,9 M €
Built area: 60.551 m2
Start date: 2/6/2010
Completion date: 29/2/2012
Plataforma Arquitectura - Alfonso Quiroga
Web Hospital Rey Juan Carlos (CAPIO)
EACSN was in charge of the supervision of construction of this complex and singular building, in a very short period (21 months).
The base of the building is formed by three blocks separated by two large void spaces, from which emerge two glazed volumes.
The base holds different hospital care areas. The triple height space on the south side forms the lobby and the main internal circulation, with entrances at both ends that give access to all public related areas such as shops, cafeteria, information and admission, as well as teaching, outpatients and diagnose departments.
The two glazed volumes enclose patient’s wards around a gardened central court, enclosed by glazed partitions.