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ARCHITECTURE


SERGIO LUIS GONZÁLEZ GONZÁLEZ – SERGO LTDA DIEGO MÉNDEZ OSPINA – ARCHITECT FROM THE UNIVERSIDAD JAVERIANA


A landscaping Master Plan for improving flow


The IFHE Digest 2016 reported on a Master Plan to improve flow of the National Institute of Cancer. This article discusses an update to this project – looking at three aspects that have now been performed.


The Master Plan of landscaping from architects Luz Marina Morales and Carolina Salazar of CM, Limited Partnership (SAS) group, forms part of the general concept to update the outdoor areas in the buildings of the Institute. The master plan of landscaping


adopts as its main idea the following aspects: l Restoring and rearranging the environment of the administrative building, built in 1934 as Instituto de Radium (Radium Institute), which was declared by the government as a heritage building of cultural interest. Due to the disorganised growth of the Institute, the building has lost its essence of a historical building.


l Creating a green communication axis between the heritage administrative building and the new outpatient services building improves the visual relationship with the Hospital Materno Infantil, which is also a heritage building.


Creating a green communications axis between the heritage administrative building and the new outpatient services building has improved the visual relationship with the Hospital Materno Infantil.


l The easy-access terraces are used as areas for reflection and rest for patients, family members, medics and officials.


Sergio Luis González González Sergio Luis González González is Manager of SERGO LTDA


which is dedicated to design and construction, specialising in


the health and education sectors. He studied at the Universidad Nacional de Colombia (National University of Colombia) in


Bogotá, obtaining the title of Architect on February 8 of 1974. He performed postgraduate studies at the Universidad de Navarra, Pamplona, Spain, obtaining the title of Doctor in


Architecture, with Cum Laude Distinction, on February 15 of 1980, with emphasis on Theory of Architecture.


He is a member of the Colombian Society of Architects, the


Colombian Association of Hospital Engineering and Architecture ACAIH and the Colombian Society of Planning SCP.


Diego Méndez Ospina


Diego Méndez Ospin is an architect from the Universidad Javeriana in Bogotá. He has always worked in the hospital sector. Initially at SERGO LTDA and he is currently working in


the National Institute of Cancerology, where he developed the project of installed capacity and designs for various services of the INC.


60 In order to implement the designs, the


original constructions attached to the heritage building, along with those which obstruct circulation between the green communications axis and the new outpatient service buildings, are demolished. On the ground floor a green


communications axis is achieved between the heritage administrative building and the new outpatient service building, adjacent to the Hospital Materno Infantil, through the creation of gardens, circulation systems, squares and enclosures. On floors 2, 3 and 8 the intervention in


the terraces is performed through the creation of gardens and rough areas, with the addition of street furniture for the use and enjoyment of patients and others using or working in the buildings. The type of vegetation has been


adequately selected for each one of these environments. The vegetation used in the green


spaces has been selected especially for the environment. In the gardens there will be pino


IFHE DIGEST 2017


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