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Addiction Treatment Center in Oldenburg

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Fachklinik Weser-Ems, a specialized addiction treatment center in Oldenburg, is a notable project for the urban regeneration of an industrial site. Embracing the concept of "natural healing," the design creates efficient healthcare spaces with a clear structure, as well as provides a comfortable treatment process in natural environment, initiating a harmonious relationship between the built environment and the surrounding natural elements.


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Designed for Addiction Treatment

奥尔登堡成瘾治疗中心Fachklinik Weser-Ems建于一处工业遗址之上,是该地区“白色园区”(weißen Campus) 城市更新计划的先导项目之一。


The Fachklinik Weser-Ems is an addiction treatment center built on an industrial site, which stands as a leading project of the "white campus," one of Oldenburg's urban regeneration plans. 

It primarily targets patients with alcohol, drug, gambling, and media addiction, providing personalized and modular rehabilitation treatment; and aims to promote interdisciplinary cooperation among doctors, therapists, and educators, facilitating patients' return to normal work and life.

奥尔登堡成瘾治疗中心 - 鸟瞰

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奥尔登堡成瘾治疗中心 - 总平面图

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The building consists of two interlocked cubes, a four-story one on the south and a three-story one on the north. 

The two cubes overlap with each other to achieve efficient division and connectivity of functional spaces, and each forms a garden courtyard inside, bringing nature into the interior and providing rich lighting and landscape views. 


©Jürgen Landes


On the façade, the first floor of the building is designed as a brick base, incorporating the exposed deep red brick facade;  the upper floors follow the design guideline of  "white campus" and adopts a white gypsum facade, combined with windows of different widths to form a vibrant rhythm.

建筑立面 - 底层深红色砖面 + 上层白色石膏立面

©Jürgen Landes



Efficient and Humanized Space


The Center is designed to accommodate 20 outpatient beds and 80 inpatient beds, with treatment facilities specifically designed for disabled individuals. Considering the center's complex needs regarding infrastructure, land use, economy, etc., a clear structure and efficient layout have been designed to create a healing space that is friendly and humanized.


©Jürgen Landes




From the low to high floors, the building gradually transforms from a semi-public space to a private space. 

On the north side of the first floor, the building houses its main public functions, including a rest area, dining area, group activity room, administrative offices, and treatment studio (with art therapy, occupational therapy, and teaching kitchen). Patients or visitors can directly access these areas through the spacious and bright entrance hall, enjoying the beautiful scenery of the garden courtyard. 

On the south side of the first floor is a non-public medical area, including physical therapy, psychological therapy, and related nursing rooms. It's worth mentioning that the nursing room also serves as an inquiry and reception area for the inpatient area on the upper floors.


©Jürgen Landes


住院区安排在相对较高的楼层,以为患者提供更私密的环境。其中不仅包含设施完善的病房,还配备了娱乐设施和团体活动室,以刺激和促进医患之间和患者之间的沟通,尤其帮助在社会上被孤立的患者重新建立个人社交 。

The second to fourth floors house the treatment area and the inpatient area. The inpatient area occupies the relatively higher floors to provide patients with a more private environment. It includes well-equipped wards, as well as recreation and group activity rooms to stimulate communication among doctors and patients, espeicially fostering interaction for isolated patients to help them rebuild personal social relationships.


©Jürgen Landes


©Jürgen Landes

病房的设计精心考量了空间的尺度、明亮度、朝向等,为患者营造清新、舒缓的氛围。此外,所有病房均采用了灵活的平面形式 ,以便在功能需求发生变化时可以重新调整房间布局。

The design of the ward rooms carefully considers the scale, brightness, and orientation, creating a fresh and soothing atmosphere for patients. Additionally, all wards have flexible floor plans to accommodate changes in functional requirements.


©Jürgen Landes



Healing Process in Nature


在景观营造上,两个内部庭院均以植物结合石景创造出质朴的自然环境;而建筑之外,西南侧的入口隐于树林,营造出宁静的氛围,东北侧的空地则被设计为一处运动场,为患者提供一处受保护、有安全感的疗愈空间 。

While supporting efficient operation, the design also emphasizes the 'natural healing' concept, promoting a more comfortable treatment process through both the internal and external landscapes, making 'nature' an important factor in treatment. 

The internal courtyards combine plants with stone features to create simple landscapes. Outside the building, the southwest entrance is hidden in the forest, creating a peaceful atmosphere, while the northeast open space is designed as a sports field, offering patients a healing space that feels protected and safe.


©Jürgen Landes


©Jürgen Landes




On the first floor, floor-to-ceiling windows are used to create a visual connection between the indoor and outdoor spaces, transforming a series of functional areas into inviting public spaces. 

On the upper floors, each floor is designed with a terrace, allowing the corridors surrounding the courtyard to not only provide visual enjoyment of the garden landscape but also create a spatial closeness to nature. The wards are arranged along the building's perimeter, allowing patients to enjoy the surrounding scenery, further promoting natural healing and providing humanized care.


©Jürgen Landes


©Jürgen Landes


奥尔登堡成瘾治疗中心 - 首层平面图

©Gerber Architekten

奥尔登堡成瘾治疗中心 - 二层平面图

©Gerber Architekten

项目信息Project Data




设计时间:2013 (竞赛一等奖)


建筑面积:6,710 平方米

用地面积:8,200 平方米


Addiction Treatment Center in Oldenburg

Client: Diaconia of Ev.-Luth. Church of Oldenburg

Service Scope: Architecture

Design: 2013 (1st prize in Competition)

Construction: 2015-2017

GFA: 6,710 sqm

Site Area: 8,200 sqm

Specialty: 80 beds

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