Medical Centre for PUBG Mobile
- PUBG Mobile
Reflecting our long-standing interest in the spatial web, cyberspaces and more recently, the metaverse, the partnership with PUBG MOBILE has reinforced our commitment to advancing the collaborative, designer-friendly, spatial UX-focussed parametric design technologies explored by ZHA’s Computation and Design research group (ZHA CODE) over the past two decades; learning from game-development, computer graphics professions and virtual production pipelines that share deep synergies with the development of our architecture and urbanism.
The medical centre is incorporated within the unranked mode of PUBG MOBILE’s Erangel map. ZHA’s spatial designs for the medical centre consider user experience, interaction and navigational aspects that are adapted to game play and first person gaming scenarios. The virtual architecture is designed as three interlocking buildings that each relate to possible disciplines within a hospital of the future: robotic surgery, anti-ageing/longevity research, recuperation, and preventative diagnostic medicine. The furniture has been designed in accordance with these themes. One of the medical centre’s key design features is its central open atrium which provides players with a clear understanding of how to navigate the building.
Zaha Hadid Architects (ZHA)
Edward Meyers, Jianfei Chu, Caleb Baldwin, Vishu Bhooshan, Henry David Louth, Shajay Bhooshan, Bidisha Sinha
PUBG-M Development Team
LightSpeed & Quantum
ZHA: Edward Meyers, Jianfei Chu, Vishu Bhooshan, Shajay Bhooshan
PUBG MOBILE Publishing Team
Taylor Made Media