CHALLENGE: Design a sustainable home that adapts to the natural topography of the land and ensures thermal comfort in each of the interior spaces.
SOLUTION: Design of openwork panels on the facades exposed to the sun and saltpeter, which allow the entry of controlled lighting and in turn ensure cross ventilation inside.
Hospital Covid -19, constitutes a modular infrastructure conceived to attend to infections by the COVID-19 virus in a fast, economical, sustainable and efficient way. It is projected to be built from containers, with an 8-week assembly process and with low-cost materials and low environmental impact. Inside, the architectural program includes specially designed hospitalization and intensive care modules with negative pressure air networks to ensure the well-being of the patient and health personnel; additional has service and rest areas for doctors.
The design principle of these hospitalization units is flexibility and speed, being structures capable of being implemented anywhere in the world and once the current health crisis passes, they can be reused as outpatient health centers for the most needy communities.