Architects, doctors, hygienists and managers gathered at the University of Würzburg Hospital on 27 September for a discussion of interdisciplinarity in construction for healthcare. The Bavarian Chamber of Architects, the Chamber of Civil Engineers, the Bavarian Hospital Association and the Bavarian State Office for Health and Food Safety hosted the event in cooperation with the University of Würzburg Hospital.
The focus was on the participants’ different perspectives in the construction of healthcare facilities. The speakers gave insights into the issue of how health, well-being, treatment success and hygiene are influenced by spatial conditions in medical facilities.
Christine Nickl-Weller illustrated her lecture with current Nickl & Partner projects such as the Baden Canton Hospital, the New Hauner in Munich and the Mother-Child and Surgical Centre at the Kaiser-Franz-Josef-Spital in Vienna.
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