Already in 2001, the humanization of the care spaces and the centrality of the patient in the different phases of the therapeutic process play a major role in the guidelines of the New Hospital Model meta-design project by Piano-Veronesi. The hospital is no longer conceived as a “health machine” but as a complex system where care and training converge, ensuring, at the same time, progressively higher levels of comfort, not only thermo-hygrometric, but also psychological and perceptual. The paradigm of humanization, regarding both hospitalization and more generally collective and social spaces in the hospital, stimulates a wide range of experiments and morphological-typological and technological innovations. Starting from this scenario, the present contribution proposes both a critical analysis on some emblematic case studies and the specific outcomes of some applied research and design experiments developed by the authors.
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