When constructing and designing Danish hospitals for the future, patients, staff and guests are in focus. It is found important to have a starting point in healing architecture and create an environment with knowledge of users sensory and functionally needs and looks at how hospital wards can support patients’ experience or maybe even have a positive influence on the recovery process. Thus at a general level, it is a crucial task to investigate how aspects such as the design of the environment, arts, lights, sounds can support and improve the patients’ recovery rate and the satisfaction of staff and guests in the future hospital. This paper is based on Böhmes G. concept of atmosphere dealing with the effect of light in experiencing atmosphere, and the importance having a holistic approach when designing a pleasurable light atmosphere. It shows important design parameters for pleasurable light atmosphere in hospital wards and specific present a proposal for evaluating light atmosphere in the dynamic light settings for hospital wards.
|Titel||2nd CIE Expert Symposium on Appearance - When appearance meets lighting... : Book of Abstracts, presentations and posters|
|Forlag||Catholic University College Sint-Lieven - Light & Lighting Laboratory|
|Status||Udgivet - 2010|
|Begivenhed||2nd CIE Expert Symposium on Appearance "When Appearence meets Lighting...." - Ghent, Belgien|
Varighed: 8 sep. 2010 → 10 sep. 2010
|Konference||2nd CIE Expert Symposium on Appearance "When Appearence meets Lighting...."|
|Periode||08/09/2010 → 10/09/2010|
Bibliografisk noteOrder Book of Abstracts, presentations and posters at the conference site, http://ingenieur.kahosl.be/projecten/licht/_en/cie_home_symposium.xml
- Light Atmosphere
- Dynamic Lighting
- Lighting Design Parameters
Stidsen, L., Kirkegaard, P. H., & Fisker, A. M. (2010). Design Parameters for Evaluating Light Settings and Light Atmosphere in Hospital Wards. I 2nd CIE Expert Symposium on Appearance - When appearance meets lighting...: Book of Abstracts, presentations and posters (s. 136-139). Catholic University College Sint-Lieven - Light & Lighting Laboratory.