Emergency and Infectious Diseases Unit, SUS, Malmö
Regionservice Södra Skåne
24,000 m² (51 beds)
1st prize in international architectural competition. 2006
C.F. Møller Architects in collaboration with LINK arkitektur
C.F. Møller Architects
Monika Gora, Jacob Dahlgren, Lena Ignestam, Mikael Johansson
FB Flygfältsbyrån AB, Byggteknik i Skåne AB, Incoord AB, FLK Sverige AB, GMKI Elkonsult, Fire Safety Design, Akustikgruppen AB
- Best International Design - Building Better Healthcare Award. 2012
- Finalist for the Samhällsbyggar Award. 2011
- Shortlisted for the WAN Awards Healthcare Sector. 2011
- Finalist for the Kasper Salin Prize, The Swedish Association of Architects. 2010
- Winner of Stadsbyggnadspriset, Malmö Stad. 2010
- 1st prize in international architectural competition. 2006
The distinctive shape also provides a new landmark for the hospital complex. Patients enter the isolation ward via an airlock from the walkway that surrounds the entire building. The exterior lifts are used exclusively by patients of the infectious diseases unit and for hospital waste, while the interior lifts are used to transport staff, supplies and clean materials. Each storey can be divided into sealed-off smaller units in the event of an epidemic.
C.F. Møller furthermore designs fixtures for the emergency and infectious diseases unit.