UNBROKEN Pekarska

Location

Lviv, Pekarska St., 55

Status

under construction

Total area

3 352 м2

Type

public

Start of design

2023

Start of construction

2024

Services:

  • concept

The project involves the restoration of a three-story building of the former boarding school (1882-1897) and its adaptation into a rehabilitation center within the ecosystem of the National Rehabilitation Center UNBROKEN. The plan includes setting up rehabilitation facilities without operating rooms – the center will provide continued care for patients who need long-term rehabilitation. Currently, there is a shortage of space in hospitals for patients requiring extended rehabilitation, so the new center plans to accommodate 50 beds. The total area of the building is 3,352 square meters.

 

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To achieve this, each floor will feature double-occupancy wards, including the attic floor, which will also be adapted to accommodate wards, ensuring the most efficient use of available space.

In addition to the wards, each floor will have a nurse’s station and patient rest areas. The left wing of the building will house rehabilitation rooms, examination rooms, and treatment rooms. On the ground floor, there will be a reception area, diagnostic center, and a dining hall for patients and staff. Technical and utility rooms will be mainly located in the basement.

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The building complex at 55-59 Pekarska Street in Lviv was formerly a monastery of the Polish Resurrectionist Order. The complex includes the former boarding school building, a church with a tower, a gatehouse, and a small chapel. These structures were built between 1881 and 1932 on lands owned by Franciscan monks, based on a project by architect Albin Zagurski.

It was crucial for us to balance preserving the historical value and adapting the building to the requirements of the most modern rehabilitation centers. The project includes the restoration of existing facades, the reconstruction of lost decorative elements, and the installation of wooden windows based on historical designs. All valuable interior elements will also be preserved during the restoration.

The interiors are designed in a restrained modern style, without creating any imitations of antiquity, but with a strong emphasis on the historical value of the building and its preserved elements. The wards are designed to provide comfort for long-term stays of patients. Rest areas on each floor offer opportunities to relax between rehabilitation sessions and spend time outside the wards.



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Certainly, ensuring inclusivity is a top priority. The project includes provisions for barrier-free access to the building and the installation of two elevators, one of which is designed for transporting patients lying down. All wards and common areas will be equipped to ensure inclusivity.

Снимок экрана 2024-06-25 в 11.19.14
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