The high-quality and good interior design of medical institutions creates a positive psycho-emotional state of a person, which makes the recovery process easier and faster. It is necessary to create comfort for people who are recovering.
For instance, someone has a positive perception of flame colors in the interior, but in people with mental disorders, they can cause panic attacks. Bright light can damage the newborn’s retina, while older people need more intense lighting. The bad lighting depresses both patients and medical staff, who spend all day in medical centers and suffer the negative effects of such lighting and uncomfortable environments.
For this reason, the design of medical centers requires a well-planned building, placing departments in such a way that everyone feels comfortable, considering all the details. Moreover, patients and staff can move around without having to cross paths with other people. The lack of enough waiting and rest areas, long corridors, and a gloomy atmosphere provoke negative perceptions among people. Furthermore, all conditions for people with disabilities must be taken into account. In addition, at the same time, the design of medical facilities must satisfy all state construction standards.