Cortex by Jack Evill
Good healthcare requires a thoughtful combination of the many disparate disciplines involved; designers, architects, scientists and doctors, all have the same goal of finding and implementing solutions for better health of patients.
Germ-Free Tiles by H&R Johnson
Often the blockbuster breakthroughs of science and medicine get the headlines. But just as important—and lost in the news—are the small design details that enhance patient care. Simply replacing a metal door catch with one made of nylon, for example, can reduce acoustic disturbance during the night, allowing for better sleep and thus increasing the chance of a positive patient outcome.
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These things will really improve life quality