C.F. MØLLERS PROPOSAL FOR THE DANISH FOREST HOSPITAL

14 April of 2014 by

The citizens of North Zealand in 2020 have a new and modern hospital at approx. 124,000 m² to be built in green surroundings close to Hillerød, Denmark, city for the area’s 310,000 citizens.
Seven international teams participated from the start. In the first phase, the jury identified three equal winners, who went on to a second dialogue stage of the competition. In addition to C.F. Møller, the shortlist included BIG and Herzog & de Meuron, and the latter ultimately won the competition. (see project)
The idea of the new North Zealand hospital has been to create a landmark in line with the Frederiksborg Castle – a hospital where architecture and nature merge and form a safe environment for patients, a super functional and attractive workplace and a green recreational haven for all citizens in the area.
The Hospital grows out of the landscaped woodlands, and consistently brings people close to nature both inside

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