Choč medical resort
1968 – 1979
The Choč Medical Institute consists of a two-storey base resting on a slope and a four-storey accommodation block separated by a mezzanine floor. It is connected to balneotherapy by a glazed colonnade. On the ground floor there are entrance areas with a winter garden, storerooms and technical spaces. Upstairs is a dining room and kitchen, hall and multipurpose hall. The roof of the base volume provides a spacious terrace accessible from the ground floor level by a carefully led staircase. There are rooms for patients on the mezzanine floor and on the accommodation floors. The layout is three-aisled, with a central corridor. Each room has a balcony with a bent floor plan. Rooms are oriented to the east and west. In 1980, the work won the Award of the Association of Slovak Architects.
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