Zlín Regional Hospital


Zlín - Malenovice, Czech Republic


Zlín Region, třída Tomáše Bati 21, Zlín 761 90

architectural design

Miroslav Pospíšil


Martin Karlík, Adéla Tomečková, Milena Koblihová, Matěj Macoun, Ondřej Patsch, Robert Randys, Lucie Rohelová – urban and architectural concept

smart healthcare solutions, s.r.o. – health care concept


architectural study 09/2018-03/2019


view the urban concept here
view the siteplan here

The goal of this project was not only the new hospital design, but overall redesign of the city quarter. The intended area should connect already existing and the brand-new units.

The inner part of the hospital area is designed to provide urban space with services and stores. The core of the hospital design draws from a single building concept, aligned from the north to the south. In the second step of the design plan, we considered different departments and operational units and decided to protrude the segments opposite each other to ensure the maximum day light available for each one of them. These modules are connected by a single line in the middle which serves as the main line of the hospital, the communication axis.

The center of this building concept is the Diagnosis and Healing Unit. This unit is directly connected to the ambulance service with a parking lot and public transit services on its north side. The patient rooms are located in the quieter south side of the hospital.