The Elise Island Project for KEH Hospital by Dan Pearlman
Dan Pearlman is a Berlin-based creative agency who has created this great interior projects of a holistic dreamland for young patients with psychiatric issues at Evangelisches Konigin Elisabeth Krankenhaus (KEH) Hospital, in Berlin, Germany. The interior of this children psychiatric clinic is divided into three units: the ‘Sandburg’ (sand castle), dedicated to the smallest patients, the ‘Palmenhutte’ (palm hut) for pre-teens and the ‘Klipper’ (clipper ship) for adolescents.
The story that is been told to the young patients is a genesis of symbols, mascots, colors, an intelligent room layout and communication concept based on the knowledge of doctors and shaped and constructed by the skills of architects and designers. Its use in clinical environments has a multitude of benefits: it promotes the sense of direction and motivation, in the case of green, helps to heal, such as orange, or reduce stress levels in the case of the blue.
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