Haga Hospital in The Hague
Sometimes when you create an interior design product, you think about the type of spaces that will be able to use them, be they hotels, restaurants, houses, etc. but sometimes there are alternative spaces where you can use your products with a stunning effect. A hospital lobby for example. This is what happened at the Haga Hospital in The Hague, Holland. Our Cosmos, and Gea lamps, designed by Mariví Calvo and Saturnia, designed by Oskar Cerezo, brought a warm touch of colour to this new hospital.
The Haga Hospital is a specialised clinical institute in The Hague with three locations. It is one of eleven trauma centres in the Netherlands and has its own Mobile Medical Team. The hospital’s main building in Leyweg, built in 1972, will be renovated and made nearly twice as large over the next few years to include new outpatient clinics, operating theatres and a maternity ward. The new main entrance, with a restaurant, café and shops, will be located on the north side, giving way onto a street that will connect the old building and the new extension. The result: a large yet compact, and therefore more efficient, hospital.
Project by: MVSA Architects