Great image concept
A 21ST CENTURY HOSPITAL
Study reveals Germany’s best hospitals: Third place is on Lake Starnberg. In the course of the new building, a new furnishing concept was developed for the clinic. The statement “You don’t like being in the hospital – but you can make it as comfortable as possible for the patient” was the guideline for the design of the rooms when designing. In collaboration with the hospital operator, architect and Prof. Dr. Wettke, a great visual concept emerged. Not only the large format was convincing when it came to implementation, but also the wide range of possible uses of the textile tenter frame.
Easy change of motif
REFLECTION FREE & HYGIENIC SAFE
The impressive pictures are absolutely reflection-free, hygienically harmless and can also be used as illuminated pictures or as room acoustic pictures. Compared to an aluminum plate or glass surface, the fabric is a “warm material” and brings comfort to the rooms even without pictorial pressure. The possibility of a change of motif completely rounded off the decision to use the CCS fabric_frame® system. Even exchanging the motifs within the floors can be achieved with little effort.
The image concept of the house particularly catches the eye at this point: over 190 large, high-quality photo motifs from the beautiful Upper Bavarian lake landscape adorn the rooms and thereby convey a piece of familiar surroundings to the patient. “Nobody should be afraid of going under the anonymity of a large clinic, on the contrary: a clinic can at least temporarily become home,” explains Prof. Dr. Jürgen Wettke, who is responsible for the image concept of the new Benedictus Hospital Feldafing and photographs of the landscape photographer Florian Werner staged and supplemented with his own pictures “. “Tomorrow, the first patients will move in – and we have no doubt that they will love this house as much as we do,” said Dr. Clemens Guth convinced. “We have been looking forward to this moment for eight years and can only thank all those involved for the inventiveness, passion and the work that have gone into it and warmly welcome everyone to the hospital of the 21st century!” Florian Werner