Like the feeling of Uniqlo clothing, the design of Japanese hospitals is mostly seemingly ordinary, but the details are very appropriate.
For example, the first stop of our visit to a Japanese hospital-the Uji Tokushukai Hospital in Kyoto. The appearance of simple, clean, and plain is a typical Japanese building.
Although it is a private hospital, its background is not small: it was founded by the Tokushukai Group, Japan’s largest medical group. Established in 1979, 473 open beds, building area over 50,000 square meters.
This is a medical building with 10 floors above ground and 1 floor underground. . From the front flat to the interior, the guide signs are very clear and complete, so there is no need to worry about getting lost.
The internal design of the hospital is not exaggerated, but very comfortable.
In the range visible to the naked eye, in addition to the concise space lines, necessary lighting, and guide signs, there is almost no extra decoration. This space treatment of minimalist blank space is very Japanese.
One thing different from domestic hospitals is Japan.In the public areas of the hospital, such as the lobby and outpatient waiting, there will be centralized setting of rest seats, and try to avoid letting patients stand and wait.
In this way, it not only ensures the order of the space, but also improves the comfort of the patient.
corresponds to restraint, which is the infinite pursuit of detail comfort in hospital design.
For example, a a waiting corridor is designed in the front ping of the hospital building. With the shelter of the canopy and a few waiting chairs, you can wait for the bus comfortably here.
The entrance to the outpatient hall is a removable rain gear storage vehicle. In rainy and snowy weather, there is no need to run back and forth in the hospital with a wet umbrella.
Each outpatient waiting area will be equipped with beautiful and appropriate sofa chairs. There is also an outdoor garden on the first floor of the hospital. The breeze blows up the veils, like a quiet oil painting.
In terms of safety protection, the hospital has also made great efforts, includingdownThe escalator is designed with a compartment to prevent accidental falls.
There are also recent concerns about Shanghainese Waste sorting, the hospital is also very clear, no matter what kind of waste it is, it is arranged clearly.
The design of toilets is often unsatisfactory. Cleaning management is also very difficult. But the humanized design of this hospital takes care of even the bathroom.
Not only installed a variety of safety facilities, including emergency buttons and handrails, but also equipped with baby seats to relieve parents from taking their children to the bathroom.
The hospital also designed the bathroom for the disabled, like this, There are safety handrails around the urinal, and blind road studs are installed on the ground, which is very considerate.
The architectural design of the hospital is quite special. Its spatial function for diagnosis and treatment of diseases determines that the design cannot be too complicated, but in addition to rigorous specifications, there is still room for humanized detail design.
Just like this Japanese private hospital, if it can be concise and comfortable, why not?
(This article is reproduced from the public account "Horth Design Group")