Architecture for Healthcare

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Andrea Boekel
Images Publishing, 2008 - Architecture - 224 pages
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In the 18th century it was recognized that the architecture and design of a healthcare facility contributed significantly to a patient's well-being. This understanding has since influenced the design of healthcare facilities around the world. Innovative design contributes to a pleasant, organized, and efficient environment, and there is indisputable evidence that the architecture and spatial considerations of healthcare facilities play important roles in the healing process of patients.
Architecture for Healthcare is a collection of projects that takes a definitive look into healthcare facilities design. With many different types of healthcare facilities portrayed, from large hospitals to modest clinics, it is a valuable resource that will keep designers and related industries ahead of the challenging trends transforming today's healthcare facilities and practices.

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