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venice-hospital-le-corbusier | "[...] Each group of 28 rooms and three corridors identify a square unit (“Unité de soins”, or “Care Unit“). Four care units are arranged around a central square and are served by four paths. Le Corbusier refers to these areas as “Campiello” and “Calle“. These four units form a “Unité de Batisse“, or “Building Unit“. [...]"

Hospital Studies - Venice Hospital Le Corbusier, 1964 BEDS: As opposed to the classical conception of hospitals which are generally organized vertically this was a horizontal hospital planned over three floors.

Analysis of plans for Frankfurt-Römerberg, by Candilis, Josic, Woods and Scheidhelm. Though hardly distinguishable on the original drawings,...

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Completed in 1960 in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Dutch Architect Aldo van Eyck built the Amsterdam Orphanage in His design focused on a balance of forces to create both a home and small city.

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