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solved by creating a new access point to the building for patients through the new outpatient service building, generating a direct connection between the buildings. The radiotherapy and diagnostic

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Palliative care and urology

Radiotherapy Sample collection

Diagnostic imaging

The waiting areas for visitors to the six buildings.

the waiting rooms of the various services located therein. Specifically, the INC has three main

problems. On the first floor the problems related to the location of the waiting rooms. The first problem arises on the waiting

rooms of the palliative care and urology rooms, located in the heritage building, which are mixed with the administrative services. Additionally, they are not located near the outpatients’ access point and it is necessary to travel a long way to reach that area. The problem can be solved by building the new outpatient service building, in which these rooms are accommodated, giving administrative specialistion to this area and gathering these outpatients in the new building. A second problem is the sample

collection service waiting room. Again this is a long way from the outpatients area. A solution has been found by transferring this service to the new outpatient service building, additionally, this service is

The interior design was intended to be solved in a comprehensive manner, according to the expectations of functionality

provided as a temporary construction which must be demolished in order to create the green communications axis of the landscaping project explained above. The third problem relates to access to

the nuclear medicine building, which also crosses between the public and restricted circulation pathways, due to the building and the access point. This problem can be

Nuclear medicine

imaging waiting rooms have a better location and a direct relationship with the patients’ access point, but have the problem of congestion due the number of people which these services can serve. We are aware that it is not easy for the

implementation of this Master Plan to relocate services or waiting rooms, due to the consolidation and difficult transfer or internal modification of the same. But, this matter has been solved with the selection of the services that need to be transferred to the new outpatient service building, therefore gathering outpatients.

Heritage building The design of the rearrangement under the direction of Consorcio GALEZ consortium and the architecture of Julia Galán Gómez, is part of the Master Plan, intending for the building to be exclusively administrative. It currently contains other services such as research, a pain clinic and some outpatient care rooms. These hinder the development of all the administrative activities, mixing the circulation of patients with the circulation of administrative staff. The interior design was intended to

be solved in a comprehensive manner, according to the expectations of functionality. The first task here was recognition of the property, which possesses qualities of historical testimony and aesthetic value from modern architecture. We studied the original plans for the building which was created in 1934. The values that the building represents

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today are not the same patriotic values it possessed when it was built, as the function for which it was originally built no longer exists. It does possess a value of cultural memory, and the project is inclined towards the concept of the value of the building. We needed to define what to conserve, in order to establish how to conserve it. Based on this concept, the intervention focused on adapting the interior of the building towards greater functionality, modifying, conserving, recovering and preserving the building as a system non-susceptible to modification. For this purpose, we opted to recover

Main façade n Aggregate free n Service areas n Conformation areas n Emergency staircases The plans for the Heritage building. 62 Third floor

the volumetrics and the original existing facades, intervening only in areas which had suffered from inadequate additions or where intervention had erased the originality of the building. In conclusion, the three aspects

mentioned above – landscaping, specialisation of each building and the heritage building – form part of the master plan that has been performed at the National Institute of Cancer.


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