A decorative brick building was built to house patients of Hille Melbye's psychiatric centre in Oslo. Each department is clad in grey brick, and combined with a light mortar. Architects varied the transparency of the brick facade to reflect the functions and required privacy of the rooms inside.

Health centres can often be a source of distress for patients, so like Hille Melbye, many architects seek to tackle this problem through their architectural design.

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