Saket, New Delhi
The new wing of the PSRI Hospital was envisaged as a multi-speciality expansion of the existing facility, situated in suburban New Delhi. The brief demanded the unification of the new block with the decade-old building, thereby improving the functionality and efficiency of the various departments.
A design intervention has been enabled by interposing an iconic bridge that overlooks a towering green wall. The magnificent entrance portico resting between the two blocks allows for prominence and attention, thereby ensuring simpler way-finding. The exteriors are designed to be an understated yet modern prototype of the existing block's design, resulting in a contemporary rendering of the existing block, manifesting evolution. Pedestrianised elements such as the protruding out of a coffee shop in the front and the multi-height green wall create a humane environment. The exterior palette is mainly in whites which is a colour of tranquillity, complemented by beige highlights.
This additional wing is a holistic advancement of the existing facility with a more dynamic and patient-friendly approach.
2,00,000 sq ft
Year of Completion
Santosh Children's Hospital Indirapuram
An adaptive reuse project transforming an aged clinic into an interactive children's hospital with carefully curated colors and forms.