The goal is to look like an SPA and feel like one too.
Performance, comfort and efficiency are three pillars of every hospital related lighting guide. Only the combination of those three can guarante for people’s well being, less fatigue, faster reactions, and fewer errors from the medical team. An important aspect of a good hospital lighting is also energy efficient consumption and easy maintenance.
You can help your patients heal faster.
In hospitals, lighting should ensure longer sleep duration and shorten the time to fall asleep, while at the same time enhance the mood of patients with anxiety and depression. A patient's room is very complex for lighting, as patients need a calming environment which offers the possibility of customisation, and on the other hand sufficient lighting to satisfy needs of hospital staff.
Total light customisation = 0 to 1.000 lux
Let the light walk you in and make you feel good.
Entrance and sitting areas are places where every experience in a hospital begins. And because there is no second chance in making the first impression, you have to get things right the first time.
A hospital hallway is just like the artery in a human body. And the reason is ...
Hallways are a connection to every single room in the hospital. Besides, this area is alive 24/7 and for this reason, the lighting should create guidance, safety, reassurance and support in the transportation from one location to another. Hallways are the biggest areas in the hospital and as such potentially the biggest money saver when it comes to efficiency. Especially because there is normally no daylight in corridors.
Feel good treatment rooms doesn't exist only in SPA.
As it is intended to a variety of functions - it often doubles as an office, treatment room and patient interview room - it should gather the sense of calm and comfort to patients, and ensure that medical staff is able to do their examinations correctly.
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