How does architecture break the boundary between illness and health and become an asset in the course of the treatment of patients?
At the 19th of March from 3 to 5 pm we welcome the Association of Danish Architectural Firms and their event on ‘healing architecture’.
Key note spekers include Roger Ulrich, the author of evidence-based health design, Thorben Simonsen, PhD. in healing architecture as well as our partner Thomas West Jensen, who has years of experience in universal and evidence-based health design.
Higlighting examples from our projects, Thomas will talk about how architecture can support patient care when knowledge about diagnoses and treatment is combined with architectural elements such as daylight, serenity, materiality, nature and strategic flows.
Come by and learn more about how an architectural breach with long, white corridors can reduce stress, increase well-being and induce a speedier recovery in patients.
The event is free for members and will be in English. Registration is no later than 13th of March.
Read more about the program and registration of the Danish Architectural Firm’s website here.