Poor medical infrastructure and the un-addressed segments ma attract more investments in the next period, both as public investments as well as from the private sector.
It is not enough to copy a hospital design from abroad and apply it in Romania for things to work out. Each community has specific features that must be taken into consideration, Raluca Soaita, a healthcare design architect stated.
For #NoiFacemUnSpital project we focused on healing through the interior design, too. Humanizing the space was one of the main objectives and the colors, the light, the materials, the acoustic, the floor plans, the proportions participated in creating the wellbeing, the optimism, the safety and trust.
This is one of the few architecture studios across CEE specialized in medical architecture. It employs a team of 10 architects, as well as an epidemiologist actively involved in the medical design projects.
The architecture studio is established by young entrepreneur Raluca Șoaita and it is one of the very few in the Central and Eastern Europe region specialized in healthcare architecture
TESSERACT projects porfolio includes numerous private hospitals and clinics designed for the private healthcare operators, the Children Hospital in Bucharest (#NoiFacemUnSpital), a premiere initiative in Romania of Daruieste Viata/ Give Life Association and more recently, TESSERACT ARCHITECTURE was assigned as lead architect for two large county hospitals, in Focsani and Sibiu, which are currently in the feasibility study stage.
TESSERACT ARCHITECTURE, a young architecture studio established in 2015 by architect Raluca Șoaita reaches an annual turnover of almost 1 million euros, which represents a 5 times business increase as compared to the previous year, on grounds of higher demand on the medical and industrial facilities sector in Romania.
Up to present, TESSERACT architects have designed a cumulated area of more than 500.000 square meters of hospitals and industrial / production facilities and various buildings with commercial destination – an average of 100.000 sqm buildings designed annually.
The company registered high demand on the private and public medical facilities segment, as well as on the logistic and industrial spaces sector.
“Medical architecture has many particularities, and from a technical point of view – respecting the epidemiological norms, designing correct circuits and coordinating specific complex specialties – this is a true challenge for architects.”
Many more hospital vulnerabilities will continue to surface in the next period, given the pandemic and especially the intensive care units – ICU (ATI) are highly exposed, says Raluca Soaita, founder of Tesseract Architecture, the single architecture company specialized in the healthcare sector and one of the few that operate in CEE.
Raluca Șoaita, architect, has designed the first Pediatric Oncology and Radiotherapy Hospital in Romania, build by Dăruiește Viață Association in Marie Curie Hospital’s courtyard in …