Currently in the Family Area we can find volunteer service, spiritual and religious attention, customer support, associations, child life and social work. Additionally, the social area offers services such as library, food bank, kitchen, training spaces, meeting and formation rooms.
It is a pioneering project in Europe that differentiates HSJD from the typical hospital image thanks to the use of different materials, the routes and the arrangement of the furniture completely adaptable to a great variety of situations; assistance (consultations), non-assistance (offices) and social.
The care rooms are distributed around a central square that allows the global vision and the distribution of the space.
The interior design project has been the result of a service design process of participatory and collaborative nature carried out by the future users. The role of the design team has been to facilitate the proposals raised by workers, volunteers and families that could be implemented at a spatial level. An example of this is the “ethnographic” work done by the design team during a period of three months within the hospital.