Date

Title

Category

15.04.2021

Jules Bordet Institute

Project under construction

Located in Belgium, in the heart of the Erasme university campus site in Anderlecht near Brussels, the new Jules Bordet Cancer Institute is currently under construction.
This new 90,000m² building plays the card of compactness and, through its simple positioning, initiates a master plan, which has taken on the changes in the program under study.
Delivery is scheduled for fall 2021.

08.03.2021

Future Grand Paris Nord University Hospital

Winning project

The Renzo Piano Building Workshop consortium associated with Brunet Saunier Architecture is the winner of the project management competition for the future Grand Paris Nord University Hospital in Saint-Ouen.
The future Grand Paris Nord University Hospital will bring together the activities of the Beaujon and Bichat hospitals and will be built on the site of the PSA plant in Saint-Ouen.

06.03.2021

Publication in D’Architectures nº287

Press

Publication in D’Architectures nº287, mars 2021: Discussion with Jérôme Brunet: “Phylogénie hospitalière: quelles mutations pour l’architecture de l’hôpital?” by Julia Tournaire and Antoine Kersse. Read article.

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05.03.2021

Maubeuge Hospital Center

Project under construction

The construction of the Sambre-Avesnois hospital center in Maubeuge is continuing.
This new 33,000m² hospital building is being designed and built with the agent Bouygues Bâtiment Nord-Est. Delivery is scheduled for early fall 2021.

01.03.2021

Line 14, MIN Porte de Thiais

Project under construction

The future M.I.N. Porte de Thiais for the Grand Paris Express will serve the Rungis National Interest Market. RATP, owner and operator of this future station, expects more than 50,000 passengers per day.

11.01.2021

Rennes surgical and interventional center

Project in studies

Building permit obtained for the Surgical and Interventional Center of Rennes.
The future 40,000m² Rennes hospital center will bring together all of the medicine, surgery and obstetrics (MCO) activities on the Pontchaillou site, currently spread over 5 different sites in Rennes.

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04.01.2021

Extension and restructuring of the Rothschild Foundation in Paris

Project in studies

Extension and restructuring of the Rothschild Foundation (Manin site) in Paris.
This extension and restructuring project will allow the Rothschild Foundation to develop its healthcare activities and improve the overall consistency of the site.

15.12.2020

Resuscitation Building and Interventional Blocks, Henri Mondor University Hospital

Delivered project

Delivery of the “Resuscitation, Interventional Blocks” building on the site of the Henri Mondor University Hospital in Créteil.
This building, connected to the existing IGH, accommodates 21 operating theaters, a post-intervention monitoring room and 85 critical care beds.

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16.11.2020

Morax building, Lariboisière University Hospital

Delivered project

Delivery of the Morax building to the Lariboisière University Hospital site in Paris with Bernard Desmoulins architect.
This building constitutes the first phase of the “Nouveau Lariboisière” project and accommodates technical services, biomedical and radiation protection workshops, as well as medical logistics.

09.10.2020

Official inauguration of the Nord Franche-Comté hospital in Trévenans

Delivered project

Mr. Olivier Véran, French Minister of Health, inaugurated on October 9, 2020, the Nord Franche-Comté hospital.
This 72,000m² MCO building, in service for three years already, received the Equerre d’Argent award in the “Work environment” category in 2017.

06.10.2020

Tekla Global Bim Award 2020

Prize

Helsinki University Hospital won the Tekla Global BIM Award 2020 in the “best public project” category.
The prize, inaugurated in 1999, rewards innovative projects that push the boundaries of structural engineering and BIM. Over 135 projects were in competition, including winners of Tekla’s regional BIM Awards from 36 countries.
You can visualize the project of the Trauma Center and Canceropôle of the Meilahti Hospital of the Helsinki University Hospital (HUH) in Finland ici.

12.06.2020

Fort-de-France Cyclotron

Winning project

Brunet Saunier Architecture has been named the winner of the competition for the Cyclotron in Fort-de-France, Martinique.
This project is carried out in design-build with the agent company SOGEA.
The new building, listed on the CHU Fort-de-France site, will house a cyclotron and the nuclear medicine department.

06.04.2020

Trauma & Cancer Center, Helsinki

Project under construction

Construction of the Trauma & Cancer Center at Meilahti Hospital in Helsinki continues.
This new 70,000m² building meets new needs and completes the healthcare offer as part of the reorganization of University Hospitals in Helsinki, Finland.

10.02.2020

Phylum H, Brunet Saunier Architecture on healthcare

Publication

Brunet Saunier Architecture is pleased to present its new publication: Phylum H, Brunet Saunier Architecture on healthcare, Hatje-Cantz Editions, Berlin.

This book offers an open look at a specific and still opaque area of ​​architecture: hospital design. Brunet Saunier Architecture has been dedicated for many years to studying and developing the process of integrating the functional procedures required in medicine, social requirements and spatial potential. Assimilating this complex expertise, their projects become fascinating time capsules. On the one hand, they offer an analytical look into the past, seeking medical, historical and typological elements of hospital functionality. On the other hand, they examine the potential offered by new technologies and the evolution of living and care practices. The result is unique buildings, characterized by a sophisticated mastery of the flexibility of the spatial structure, and giving a central place to the well-being of patients and caregivers. They create places of exploration for technology, knowledge, work and social life - for now and for the future. This publication deals with this unique creative process with the help of expert interviews, plans, photographic points of view and data extracted from the agency’s projects. Brunet Saunier architecture was founded in 1981 by Jérôme Brunet and Éric Saunier. The agency is mainly engaged in the construction of public buildings. The successful interplay of formal and functional aspects of hospital buildings has made the architectural firm famous across Europe.

Phylum H, Brunet Saunier Architecture on healthcare, Editions Hatje-Cantz, Berlin.
Directed by Antoine Kersse. Cover designed by Heimann + Schwantes

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27.01.2020

Cité des Humanités et des Sciences Sociales, Campus Condorcet

Delivered project

Delivery of the Cité des Humanités et des Sciences Sociales, Campus Condorcet, in Aubervilliers.
Operation carried out in “P.P.P.” with GTM. This new building also houses the CROUS university restaurant.

01.07.2019

New Intercantonal Hospital in Payerne

Winning project

The team shaped around Brunet Saunier Architecture has been named the winner of the competition for the New Intercantonal Hospital of Broye on the Payerne site in Switzerland.

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