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Inada Hospital, Japan

Contemporary Japanese Healthcare Building Development design by Muramatsu Architects

28 May 2010

Inada Hospital Wakayama-shi

Location: Wakayama-shi, Wakayama, Japan

Design : Motoyasu Muramatsu / Muramatsu Architects
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Photos: Shinkenntiku-sha + Nacasa & Partners inc.

Text: Motoyasu Muramatsu

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Inada Hospital – Building Information

Location: Wakayama-shi, Wakayama Japan
Client: Medical corporation TOSHOKAI
Architect: Motoyasu Muramatsu
Collaborators: Muramatsu Architects

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Construction Supervisor: Muramatsu Architects
Interior Designer: Motoyasu Muramatsu
Structural Engineer: Masato Araya
Technological Equipment Planner: Akio Chiku, Yoshihisa Kanzaki, Masaharu Kawamura
Facade Planner: Motoyasu Muramatsu
Landscape Planner: Kiichi Tanaka

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Site Area: 2,876.09m²
Building area: 1,617.88m²
Floor area: 4,766.33 m²

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