The master plan behind the redesigning of the Freiburg’s university hospital is basically a reinterpretation of their existing site. This new Interdisciplinary Tumour Center is the first initiative in the expansion of the Freiburg’s hospital, having its ground floor linked to the already existing surgical clinic and will provide connection to the new surgical clinic as well as other buildings once they are constructed. The main floor of the of tumor center shall be housing the reception and also outpatient clinics, whereas the ground floor that is connected by beautiful open-plan stairs to the main building, has the outpatient area along with the consulting rooms. This informal layout makes sure that the entire ground floor has access to daylight that will shine on it from all the sides.
The new National University Centre for Oral Health, Singapore (NUCOHS) is located at the eastern gateway of the National University of Singapore and has been designed in a way for supporting the vision as well as mission of the Faculty of Dentistry of NUS as a dental institution of international distinction for improving the oral health via academic excellence, great impact research and also quality clinical service. A planned location on a site with high visibility has established the new NUCOHS as a landmark building that is distinguished by a tower form of V shape, having landscaped terraces and also an upper level courtyard. The façade design also features very extensive use of glass and louvers articulated for maximizing daylight and views while also tempering solar gain.