Rescue Centre Simmering / Söhne & Partner architects

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Rescue Centre Simmering / Söhne & Partner architects

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Rescue Centre Simmering / Söhne & Partner architects

The Ambulance Station is set on Kaiser-Eberdorferstraße and responsible for the whole 11th district in Vienna. It officially opened in May 2013.

Rescue Centre Simmering / Söhne & Partner architects

The complex combines two different functional areas – the garage and the staff rooms. Even though they are different spheres, they are connected by the roof which embraces the whole building.

The building is especially designed to keep ways and also response times as short as possible. The distance from every single room in the building to the next emergency exit – which is the main entry – has a maximum length of 40 meter. The ambulance is set in the entry hall and directly connected to the station management.

Rescue Centre Simmering / Söhne & Partner architects

The restrooms for the team are set on the ground floor, which is directly connected to the green zones surrounding the back of the building. This enables people to go outside and enjoy the fresh air in the garden. It is an additional relaxing space and keeps the temperatures in and around the building on a comfortable level – even on hot summer days.

Project Details:
Location: Vienna, Austria
Type: Public
Functions: Health – Social
Land Area: 2.700m²
Gross Floor Area: 2.200m²
Area: 1.900m²
Built-up Area: 1.477m²
Architects: Söhne & Partner architectswww.soehnepartner.com
Photos: Ing. Markus Kaiser – www.markus-kaiser.at

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