The urban environment of the Airborne Medical Center is typical of the 1960's. The spacious and green design of public space with many dwellings are interspersed by tall residential buildings. A hierarchy of roads (city access road, main and district access roads) is located around the plot. Moreover, in a green area at the top of the plot the Airborne Monument (WW II) located.
By a subtle shift of the building toward the memorial, building and situation get a three-sided orientation and the war memorial gets a building fašade as a new reference plane.
The medical center is a building for a pharmacy, doctor, physical therapy, home care, etc. The desire from the clients to emphasize the accessibility and combined value of the functions in the building, translated into a horizontal building. In combination with parking pressures maximum utilization of the land surface increased.