cepezedinterior designs olvg orthopedics

cepezedinterior has acquired the assignment to modernize the orthopedics department of the OLVG Hospital in Amsterdam. This department provides professional, personal and efficiënt healthcare and in doing so, it appeals to its patients' possibilities, not their restrictions or disabilities. The new interior arrangement should reflect these values and attitude and must function as the department's business card. Staff must be able to work in it with pleasure and pride.

Within a structural organization by A&I architects, the assignment encompasses the policlinic and the lounge room of the department. cepezedinterior will design the spatial lay-out and arrangement as well as the fixed and movable furnishings.

Among other things, the design is directed towards optimizing the department's configuration. Another goal is a serene, transparent and visually tranquil user experience making the patients feel at ease. The new arrangement includes a transition to the two-room-system, in which doctors and nursing staff can easily switch between rooms, enabling them to work more efficiently. For the walls, signing reflecting the identity of the department is projected.

An inviting character and easy navigation are the design themes for the reception and waiting room. Here, the orthopedics department welcomes its patients at the hospitality desk. Additionally, the room is furnished with comfortable seatings adjustable to the patients' orhtodepic needs. When the meeting room is not in use by staff, it can be used as a reading and waiting room by patients.

Special attention for the elongated room with windows on bother longer sides is also reserved for a comfortable, controlable incidence of daylight, as well as for the user experience between the in- and outside of the clinic. New planting along the façades softens the view outside and provides privacy.

With regard to materials and fitting , cepezedinterior establishes two clearly divided atmospheres, that of waiting and that of examination. The examination rooms will have a professional and hygienic ambience, while the reception, waiting and lounge sections will be warmer, more luxurious and hospitable domains.