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Joint Business Case, Dongtan, Shanghai

Key data:
623 hectar site

development area for a sustainable city development

Period:
2006

In 2005 Lausanne Health and Hospitality group was founded for the project of the Dongtan Eco Life Medical City, Shanghai, China.

A sustainable health service concept was developed for Dongtan together with an international planning consortium.

One key feature of the Dongtan Eco Medical City was the
Joint Business Concept developed by Lausanne Health and Hospitality group.

By providing additional services around the hospital the idea of an economic solidarity is launched.
In the Joint Business Case the medical and hospitality functions are surrounded by retail activities.

  • Shanghai, China


Contact

Tom Guthknecht
E: tom.guthknecht@LHtwo.com
M: +41 79 4468424

Tom Guthknecht has worked during the last 20 years in health and hospitality planning and was leading major projects in Europe and Asia/Pacific. Tom is currently involved in large international health and hospitality projects with special focus on sustainable development. He is member of various institutions such as the International Commission of Occupational Health. He is also the Founder and President of LHtwo, Lausanne Health and Hospitality Group.

Tom is lecturer for Health Facility Design at the Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule, Zürich (ETHZ) and has taught as professor functional design, creativity and innovation and health& hospitality at EHL and GIHE both on undergraduate and graduate level. He has also a range of other teaching activities at various institutions. His research focus is on Integral Process Design in health and hospitality facilities. He is a graduate of Karlsruhe Technical University in Architecture (Dipl.Arch.) and holds an M.A from University of North London (Health Facility Planning) a PhD from University of Stuttgart (Hygiene Planning for Hospital Architecture) and a habilitation (post-doc research) from ETHZ.