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new private hospital in Villeneuve d’Ascq
by Jean-Philippe Pargade
The new private hospital in Villeneuve d’Ascq (northern France) is a response to the
regional modernisation programme aiming to improve the quality of health care. The
facility acts as a structuring element in synergy with the clinics already present around
the city of Lille.
The hospital provides multidisciplinary care for outpatients and patients requiring full
hospitalisation. Its programme includes 225 beds and medical, surgical and obstetrics
units as well as a medico-technical centre. It has a large 42-bed maternity unit, 10
operating theatres as well as radiotherapy, chemotherapy and nuclear medicine units.
In 2007, the Jean-Philippe Pargade agency was named winner of the competition
launched by Générale de Santé. The team included EGIS Nord, an all-trades
engineering firm, and Martin & Guiheneuf, a firm specialised in quantity surveying
The hospital has a net plan area of 22,681 m². The overall cost of the works represents
€41 million (2012 value).
Operational since 26 June 2012, the new hospital was inaugurated on 27 September
Architectural approach
A landmark on the outskirts of Lille
The new private hospital in Villeneuve d’Ascq covers an area recuperated from
uncultivated farmland located in the new Recueil district urbanisation zone. It is a local
health centre lying between a residential district and a commercial activity area. A
same architectural style unifies all the programme elements and allows the new facility
to stand out as a contemporary project located in the greater Lille area.
The project by the Pargade agency is designed as a simple volume based on a
rectangular plan providing a harmonious transition between the scale of the nearby
commercial buildings and that of the houses located in the adjoining suburban fabric.
Set back from the street alignment, the project incorporates a garden giving onto the
entrance esplanade. The logistics area is positioned to the rear of the building and the
car parks to the sides. This allows the hospital to open onto a large green space
reminiscent of a convent layout.
Contemporary and contextual aesthetics
The building’s envelope is handled as a pictorial composition.
The slate coloured brick facades reinterpret a vernacular architecture specific to
northern France. These outer walls incorporate large windows treated as a patterned
design with incorporated screen printed floral motifs. This composition is emphasised
by a glazed gallery on the ground floor that extends through the hall and opens out over
the garden space.
Taken together, the project creates an interplay of graphic forms that catches the eye.
The idea is break away from the tradition image held by hospitals by providing a
contemporary sculptural object while remaining within a contextual vocabulary
recognisable by local residents.
Enhancing the image held by a hospital
Architecture has a major role to play in enhancing the image held by hospitals. As a
symbolic setting, the hospital simultaneously needs to be welcoming and reassuring as
well as efficient and safe.
Particular emphasis is placed on reception and comfort to ensure that each patient is
looked after in a personalised and adapted manner. The entrance hall is similar to a
hotel lobby, providing a monumental volume rising up over two levels and creating a
welcoming and generous space.
The heart of the building places emphasis on transparency and simultaneously
provides views over the outdoor landscape and the various indoor spaces. Glazed
galleries provide transversal links between patient care units and contribute to the
efficient running of the hospital.
The geometric and compact volume is pierced by openings in the form of small garden
patios that open the building onto the surrounding environment. These occasional voids
bring natural light into the heart of the floor levels and adapt to potential programmatic
The colours used in the interior spaces represent a fundamental component in the
hospital’s spatial organisation. Soft, pale colour tones are privileged to contribute to the
serenity of the surroundings. Alternating solid tints making use of pinks, blues and
greens cover the surfaces, creating contrast effects. Movements through the building
reveal graphic compositions, associations and paintings reaching out into the space.
The colours contribute to humanising the various functions and create a warm and
friendly atmosphere.
A model of functionality
The overall organisation of the facility presents itself as a model of hospital functionality.
It is based on a system of floor levels favouring shared means, proximity and visibility
between departments. The rectangular geometry takes the form of a compact comb
and is designed to easily permit the creation of vertical extensions without any need for
additional building works. This particularly applies to the operating theatres lying below
the plantrooms and the ground floor consultation and medical imagery areas.
This simple geometry provides considerable organisational flexibility. It rationalises
circulation areas and reduces movements by favouring horizontal juxtapositions. The
organisational system ensures that the hospital building is able to adapt to any future
programmatic modifications.
Project data
Project name Hôpital Privé de Villeneuve d’Ascq
Address 20, avenue de la Reconnaissance – 59657 Villeneuve d’Ascq – France
Project management
Jean-Philippe Pargade (lead architect)
Egis (all-trades engineers)
Martin et Guiheneuf (surveyors)
Programme 225 beds and medical, surgical and obstetrics units, medico-technical
Surfaces 22,681 m² (net plan area) – 13,297 m² (usable floor area)
Programme Winning project: 2007 - Handover: June 2012
Total cost €41 M excl. VAT (2012 value)
Contractors SOGEA CARONI (structural works, external doors and windows,
waterproofing, metalwork), EUROVIA (external works, green spaces), EETH (HVAC),
MGC (plumbing), EETN (electricity), PLATRES MODERNES (plaster partitions),
ROUX FRERES (timber joinery), VALLEE (false ceilings, painting, flexible floor
Main products VANDERSANDEN (façade bricks); R’PURE (air-permeable frames) by
Wicona; ALUCOBOND (window frames); ACE GLASS (coloured films incorporated
into glazing); MIR O DAL (translucent ceilings)
Photo credits ©Luc Boegly
Pargade, architect and town planner


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