• Location

    Limerick, Ireland
  • Product

    Rosa Faro
  • Architect

    O'Conell Mahon Architects

Mid-Western Regional Hospital

A facade of rectangular shapes, full of windows in different sizes and clad in Rosa Faro granite summarises the external appearance of the Mid Western Regional Hospital, in the Irish city of Limerick.

Although it may initially seem like a simple design, the architecture of the Mid Western Regional Hospital is restrained and balanced, as is appropriate for a building that houses healthcare facilities. Straight lines and square shapes define the construction, the uniform appearance of which is only broken up by certain differences that seem random, in the arrangement and size of the windows of one, two or three rectangular volumes. The luminous Rosa Faro granite was selected as facade cladding, bringing the essential beauty of this unique Natural Stone to the ensemble.
With a harmonious appearance and a very even texture, the rectangular pieces lining the exterior of the hospital help boost the clarity of the building thanks to their beautiful and splendid hue. This characteristic is highly appropriate for a location such as Limerick, a city located in western Ireland where sunlight is often scarce. Rosa Faro granite is also an unbeatable option for exteriors thanks to its strength and durability.

  • The restraint of the facade perfectly complements the luminosity of the Rosa Faro granite in which it is clad

  • Elegance, restraint, clean shapes and simplicity are the qualities transmitted by the architecture of this hospital

  • Elegance, restraint, clean shapes and simplicity are the qualities transmitted by the architecture of this hospital

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