Two intersecting bodies comprise the framework of the Ángeles Hospital in the city of Puebla. The building is located in the southwest, within the Atlixcáyotl territorial reserve, and is close to the Plaza Las Palmas and Angelópolis shopping centers. The geometric shape of each block adds to the hospital’s formal concept as part of the project’s structural and functional solution. Divided into sections for hospitalization and external consultations, this white colossus with thin horizontal lines rises from a fifty thousand square meter plot. The inclination of the two bodies underneath the large picture window where the buildings intersect emphasizes the perception and magnitude of the hospital from street level. Its 12 floors are organized according to distinct services and needs, and hold 111 rooms and 228 consultation offices. The lower level serves as a distributor for spaces and services.