The preliminary study for Hospital Support Building started from the demand for administrative and operational support spaces presented by a large hospital situaded in the city of São Paulo. Following the land slope, the project was conceived in a staggered way, allowing the best use of areas, providing a privileged view of a very important square in the city.
The sectorization guidelines resulted in a large horizontal volume, with loose and light volumes. To provide better thermal comfort for the sides facing east, in addition to the garden terraces, cantilevered slabs were provided. On the north-facing sides, with better views, openings were provided to frame the landscape, associated with cantilevered slabs, terraces, and windshields.
From a programmatic point of view, the project houses an administrative department, operational support areas, support areas for employees, parking, areas for chartered buses, and a food court, aimed at socializing and relaxing.