To meet the rehabilitation and long-term care needs of hospitals in the eastern province of Saudi Arabia, the hospital was designed as a microvillage covering nature and the surrounding landscape. The interiors of the two interrelated buildings – a three-storey rehabilitation centre and a 15-storey fixed tower – combine best practices in sustainable development and health care design, promote well-being and integrate structural design models. Patient rooms enrich the experience of patients and visitors by offering families and loved ones a space where they can visit, establish social contacts and enjoy the local steppe landscape. The master plan is based on the natural form of the oasis in the Al Aqsa region, and the design of the building contributes to its healing through its connection to nature. Families will have plenty of space throughout the healing process, which will make the patient’s journey safer and more successful. The rich and varied palette of wood, stone and glass, combined with the shape of the building, creates a welcoming and relaxed atmosphere and blurs the boundaries between hotel and hospitality. Patient rooms are designed to accommodate families and close patients. Patients and visitors pass through the hotel lobby with large waiting rooms and shops, including a pharmacy and restaurant, a garden and water points. The hospital is designed as a micro-village, encompassing nature and the surrounding landscape. The 24-person tower is efficient and functional and provides the structure for a universal service model. This center meets the growing needs of Lakeview Healthcare, Illinois. Each space can be adapted to the visual acuity, allowing the object to react flexibly and adapt to changes. Double volume and clear layout ensure intuitive use of the installation. A prayer room on the second floor overlooking the private courtyard between the two buildings. Cultural sensitivity affects all aspects of the design process. The curved screen changes the parameters from façade to façade to compensate for the generation of solar heat.