CuraVita wins major hospital project

As part of the consortium CuraVita, we have won the project competition for the 135,000m2 hospital titled DNV-Gødstrup in Denmark.

As part of the consortium CuraVita, we have won the project competition for the 135,000m2 hospital titled DNV-Gødstrup near Herning in Denmark. With a budget of four billion DKR, the hospital is one of the largest development projects within the healthcare sector in Denmark and will thus set the standard for the healthcare architecture of tomorrow.
 
"Through its organisation and planning, the hospital ensures a cohesive and safe continuity of care of high patient experienced and professional quality. The hospital will be the preferred learning and research hospital in Denmark, where innovation, quality development, research and education will go hand in hand with the patient treatment," the jury highlights.
In the competition CuraVita consists of our studio as well as Arkitema (DK), NSW Arkitekter & Planlæggere (NO), Grontmij (DK), Moe & Brødsgaard (DK), Hospitalitet (NO) and Arup (NL). Throughout the competition our predominant goal has been to create a visionary hospital that offers therapeutic and operational efficiency in the absolute elite and, at the same time, is perceived as poetic, friendly and accommodating by the patients, the relatives and the staff.