The covert life of hospital architecture /

The Covert Life of Hospital Architecture addresses hospital architecture as a set of interlocked, overlapping spatial and social conditions. It identifies ways that planned-for and latent functions of hospital spaces work jointly to produce desired outcomes such as greater patient safety, increased...

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Other Authors: Zook, Julie (Editor), Sailer, Kerstin, 1976- (Editor)
Format: eBook
Published: London : UCL Press, 2022.
Online Access:CONNECT
Table of Contents:
  • The spatial dimension of hospital life
  • The patient and the reciprocal view
  • Reflective essay: The evolution of surveillance in hospital design
  • Working together in healthcare space
  • Reflective Essay: Spatial intelligence to support a team-of-teams ecosystem - relevance and need in practice
  • The visitor and hospital corridor design
  • Reflective essay: Designing a human-centred Hospital Wayfinding System
  • The social logic of spaces for health: The relational hospital as a response to COVID-19.