The Healthcare Factory (Winner)

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Semester
Competition Name
Student Name
Aditya Rege
Heet Shah
Jinay Jain
Yash Umekar
INSDAG Architecture awards 2020
V-VI
Ar. Amey Ghosalkar
Er. Amodh Luman
Ar. Nachiket Kalle

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Competition Brief:
The aim of the competition was to design a 200 bed Covid hospital which is to be built in 100 days.
Narrative:
The vision of creating a machine like system which works like a factory to heal the patients is the idea of the project. Rethinking about the healthcare infrastructure is of the utmost need of the time, because of the collapse which India especially Mumbai has seen due to the outbreak of the coronavirus is unimaginable. The idea of creating control over movement and sequences of patients in cooperation with infrastructure development is the need of healthcare architecture. There has to be some initiative which ponders upon the idea of sustaining any kind of pandemic catering to huge amount of patients which can only be achieved through the system of proper control and expansions with a strong backup. Sticking to the basics of factories' process of manufacturing, packaging and delivering; one with this monotonous routine can have a clear idea of connections with no loopholes for any sabotage or out-break. The tree like planning governs an upper hand over the existing rhizomatic planning for better connections and proper safety of care takers. We strongly believe that steel as a material would act as a catalyst in this process of creating fast, simple and a basic design.
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