Krankenhaus Eichelberger - This hospital originally treated epileptic patients in a large building situated upon an expansive tract of land. The importance of large parks and open space became an important part of recovery besides the treatments and occupational therapy, and so future building additions were carefully placed to allow room for trees, gardens, and foot paths.
Irrenanstalt Weiler - Originally one of two mental hospitals planned for the area, this particular one was the oldest and largest. The buildings were laid out in a cross-like pattern, with services such as administration, workshops, kitchen and bath house placed along the axis, and wards perpendicular to these. Gardens were symmetrically planted between the structures, and the treatment areas were separated by gender.