Tuesday, October 15, 2019

Architecture to Heal People

Find out what passion, creativity, and a knowledge of the

science of circadian rhythms can do.

the patient room

The Revolutionary Room

In 2018, an architect, and a psychiatrist, designed a room to treat patients with major depression. How do you think this unusual room will work? Watch this slide show, and stay tuned to find out.

Toward a solar architecture: An interview with Carlo Volf, PhD

Find out how this Danish visionary, inspired by the science of circadian rhythms, creates buildings which use light, and other natural forces, to enhance people’s health. Then enjoy a video.

Carlo Volf, PhD

Ultraviolet Aspects of Zonnestraal

The Sanatorium Zonnestraal, completed in 1931, featured low-iron glass, good ventilation, and other characteristics promoting health. How can we use the “forgotten knowledge” of this era?

Sunlight is the best medicine. Not a metaphor—science

How can sunshine can shorten hospital stays and promote better healing? Learn a secret from Florence Nightingale that you might want to use the next time you go to the hospital.

florence nightingale

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