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Thomas Bogl

Thomas-Bogl
Thomas Bogl

With LIAG since 2009, Bögl’s focus has been to integrate sustainability into all aspects of a project
 

"With LIAG since 2009, Bögl’s focus has been to integrate sustainability into all aspects of a project, creating both user-friendly design and healthy environments. A prime example of this harmonious design concept is the elevated rainbow glass bridge connecting Princess Máxima Center for Pediatric Oncology with Wilhelmina Children’s Hospital. This project, under Bögl’s direction, was the exterior winner of the 2018 Vanceva® World of Color Awards. Along with training to be an architect, Bögl has a Masters education in advanced and environmental studies from the University of East London and has also completed studies in Building Biology and Cradle-to-Cradle Design in Germany. "

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"The Princess Máxima Center for pediatric oncology is a nature inclusive project. For us it was very important to create spaces which support, comfort and sustain people in very stressful situations. The healing environment we created should help them brighten up. The Princess Máxima Center is connected by a colorful bridge to the Wilhelmina Children’s Hospital (WKZ) at the University Medical Centre in Utrecht to make optimal use of their shared facilities. The “rainbow” space creates not just a connection but a special experience for the young patients.  "
Our 2020 woca jury members