For more than 15 years, Gemma Koppen and Tanja C. Vollmer have been researching the influence of architecture on the stress experience of seriously ill patients. They have discovered seven factors through which architectural design affects stress in hospitals. They are now being exhibited as the so-called “Healing Seven” in the Architecture Museum of the Pinakothek der Moderne in Munich. Unusual and unique at the same time. They appear spatially and graphically and at the same time serve as the analytical basis for a critical examination of 13 international hospital projects.
On display are projects by Herzog & de Meuron, OMA, C.F. Møller Architects, Forster and Partner, Silvia Gmür Reto Gmür Architekten, 3XN, Nickl und Partner, Kopvol architecture & psychology, Health Team Vienna, Francis Kéré, among others.
The exhibition will be on display under the title “Building to Heal. New Architecture for Hospitals”Curators: Tanja C. Vollmer, Andres Lepik, Lisa Luksch
Exhibition design: IMS Studio and Friederike Daumiller
Graphic design: strobo B M
Patronage: Minister for Health of the Federal Republic of Germany Prof. Dr. Karl Lauterbach
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