stands as a universally recognized symbol present across diverse cultures,
embodying the concept of unity and perpetuity. It serves as a representation of
vitality and infinity. However, the real world is characterized by
imperfections, prompting our selection of the ellipse—a morphed interpretation
of the circle.
is the representation of all imperfectability, and infection. The
stratification of the ellipses helps animate the project vertically and bring
it back to life. The transition which consists of a band of steel that runs
around the building starts from the Ground Floor and ends at the Sixth Floor.
This reflects the transcendences of life. The activities/functions end at the
sixth floor where the royal suites are located and a beautiful garden
hospital design is characterized by static configurations. However, at
DAZARCHITECTS, we opted for an innovative stance. Given that hospitals
fundamentally sustain life, we endeavored to infuse vivacity into our design,
endeavoring to rectify inherent imperfections much akin to the human