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Albert de Pineda dared to take the challenge: make a briefly explanation about the history of architecture for healthcare to students who come from professions as varied as engineering, biology or business. We could not miss the opportunity because we are convinced that it is essential that these future innovators see hospitals as friendly centers, designed for a specific territory.

The d• HEALTH participants of this year's edition come from European and Latin American countries. After a theoretical and conceptual part, they constitute interdisciplinary teams to make an immersion in Barcelona’s top-level healthcare centers. During the process, the teams must identify needs to find a viable solution, develop a business plan and seek funding.

The Pinearq’s presentation focused on explaining that architecture for healthcare goes hand in hand with innovations in medicine and responds to the challenges of users and technology.