Valdichiana Joined Hospitals, Montepulciano, Siena
1993 - 2000

Valdichiana Joint Hospitals is the outcome of a sensitive response to the environmental context: the brick ‘towers’ that punctuate the compositional rhythm are a reinterpretation of the “castle” and “medieval fortification” elements that convey the area’s architectural history.
A hospital that, through its conception and realization, contains pilot-solutions that mark a long methodological research aimed at the flexibility of the space for the wellbeing of the patients and health workers.
In 2002 UNICEF-OMS (Organizzazione Mondiale per la Sanità: World Health Organization) named it the fourth “most civilized hospital” and it was recognized as the “safest and most welcoming hospital in Italy” by the “Tribunal for patient rights”.
Size: 50,000 sqm
255 beds
Siena Local Health Authority 7
Nuovo Ospedale della Valdichiana, in: GB Progetti, 18/1993 Paolo Felli, Ospedali Riuniti della Valdichiana, Alinea Ed. Firenze 2004 Cronache di Progetto: Ospedale di Piombino, Ospedale di Foligno, Ospedale di Modena, Ospedale della Valdichiana e Ospedali per la cura dell’AIDS; in: GB Progetti n.18 Lug./Ago
1993
Verso un Ospedale sostenibile, in:Tecnica Ospedaliera, luglio 2007