New Psychiatric Hospital

© Jens Lindhe
© Jens Lindhe
© Jens Lindhe
© Jens Lindhe
© Jens Lindhe
locationSlagelse, Denmark
ArchitectKarlsson Arkitekter / VLA, Denmark
CategoryDaylighting Design, Health Care
DivisionLighting Design
Statusrealised
Year2016

The lighting concept for the Psychiatric Clinic in Slagelse makes the best possible use of daylight and integrates biologically effective light into everyday clinical practice. Light that follows the natural course of the day supports the sleeping-waking rhythm of people and is therefore becoming increasingly important in health care and nursing facilities, especially as the patients and employees spend more time indoors than the average person.

Awards: 2nd place, Danish Lighting Award 2016, MIPIM Award 2017, AR Healthcare Award 2016

 

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