Princess Máxima Center bridge

About this project

The Princess Máxima Center is a unique and with 45,000 m2 the largest pediatric oncology center in Europe with the ambition to cure every child with cancer and to offer the best possible quality of life. The architecture, with its distinctive interior and exterior, helps to achieve this goal. The Wilhelmina Children's Hospital is located next to the PMC. The two hospitals share the operating theaters and the intensive care unit and are connected by a bridge, the PMC Bridge. This is used by the little patients when they are at their most vulnerable, en route to and from surgery. Therefore, the design was essential, in the sense that the bridge had to contribute to their sensitivity of safety, recovery and above all happiness. It has become a beautiful design for this special and unique pediatric oncology center, with aesthetics of children without being childish. 

This special care project also comes from the portfolio of LIAG Architects, we are proud to announce that this design has won the exterior category of the World of Color awards 2018.

More information about this care project can be found at:

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Awards: Winner 2018 World of Color Awards, Category Exterior

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Category
New construction
Tags
Architecture detail, Architecture solutions, Architectural designs, concept architecture, Functionality, Healing environment, Iconic, Innovation, Public, future-oriented concepts, outspoken design, Urban, Transport, Vision, for young adults, for children, for multiple users, views
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