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Neuro-rehabilitation Center Brønderslev

Neuro-rehabilitation Center Brønderslev

Neuro-rehabilitation Center Brønderslev er Kristina Lisbeth Nielsens og Pernille Søgaard Sørensens afsluttende speciale projekt på ingeniøruddannelsen i Arkitektur på Aalborg Universitet. Projektforslaget er baseret på potentialet i og teorierne om "Healing Architecture" samt en diskussion af bæredygtighed og tilgængelighed.

This project takes a stand in the current debate of the future for the Neuro-rehabilitation Center in Brønderslev. ‘Region Nordjylland’ has decided that all neuro-rehabilitation in the region should be gathered at one location. At the time being it is still uncertain if that location could be Brønderslev, but it has been a key point of this ongoing debate. This project places the neuro-rehabilitation center in Brønderslev.

The vision for the project is to create a building that can give equal accessibility for anyone. This is done to give the patients an experience of independence. The building is divided into two overall elements; the place for perspective and the place for contemplation. The patients have the opportunity to be perspective of the current situation in the living area as well as contemplated in the daily training.

The project is based on the theories and potential of ‘Healing Architecture’ as well as a discussion of sustainability and accessibility.

Prøv selv at se Kristina og Pernilles projektbeskrivelse som pdf her (på engelsk)

 

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