A patient’s room is very complex from a lighting perspective because both the patient’s and staff’s needs must be considered.
A staff room is the staff’s personal relaxation bubble, a place for unwinding and chatting. The room therefore needs lighting with both direct and indirect light.
Intensive care rooms can quickly become overly technical and frightening for the patient, but the staff need light to care for them. With the right lighting solution, everyone’s needs can be met.
The light in the corridor should not dazzle the patient being moved in their bed even though much of the staff’s work is actually carried out here.
Whether we’re waiting as a patient or relative, the waiting room’s design and lighting is important for enhancing the sense of security and reducing frustration.
A welcoming and well-lit entrance is the first thing that we meet as visitors. The light helps us orientate ourselves and find our way, and helps put us at ease.