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CITIES AND COMPLEX FACILITIES

Cities, and the buildings that compose them, have to face up to the challenges of rapid urban growth. Cities and buildings organise the territory, structure the landscape and determine the future of our societies through their multiple connections and the convergence of many and varied kinds of knowledge.

The complexity of these processes and challenges calls for an innovative approach in thinking in order to take informed decisions and create urban environments that are healthier, safer and inclusive. To create a better world.

For more than 30 years Pinearq has been developing key knowledge for the construction of efficient, habitable and sustainable environments; as a result we have accumulated solid international experience in the creative development of spaces for health. We develop and manage projects and strategies for new infrastructures and urban developments to integrate each component of the smart city through a unique vision of design.

Our work is the result of efficient design, sensitive to the setting and integrating the latest developments in the intelligent management of services, security, water, energy, waste and environmental impact.

We are always trying to enhance that experience by adding new tools which can improve our processes in design, construction and management. That is why we constantly collaborate with other organisations in promoting technology and innovative services for buildings and cities.

PINEARQ LAB

This is the channel through which we explore new ideas and relationships in order to develop our knowledge, improve our services and maximise our impact.

Here, we collect the review articles, research and innovation projects that we develop at Pinearq.

LIFE AND PUBLIC SPACES: ABOUT COLLECTIVENESS IN BUILDINGS FOR HEALTHCARE
best practices, research

LIFE AND PUBLIC SPACES: ABOUT COLLECTIVENESS IN BUILDINGS FOR HEALTHCARE

The hospital is a building that responds to the needs of a very vulnerable part of the population. The idea of improving the public space in this context allows us to extend the notion of healing beyond the treatment, towards a broader social program: instead of segregating the patient, we choose to invite the citizen to use the building and its public areas, to turn the act of healing into a social activity.

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