Highlighting the need to redesign hospitals for the future

The pandemic has shed light on the inadequacies of hospital models.

OMA and Reinier de Graaf have conceptualised the hospital of the future, which revolutionises the experience of treatment.

 In this entirely new, unlocated medical space, patients can be treated remotely via automated systems that are ironically more human than the ones in place today. 

‘’The hospital of the future will be in constant flux, like a theater, transforming its space to the event. If organs can be 3D printed, could the hospital be 3D printed? Using its waste as resource, could it rebuild itself perpetually?’’

‘’The hospital of the future is a place you will never go. Using its data, the hospital of the future will act remotely, treat each patient individually, monitoring one’s health and operating where needed.’’

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