Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Summit Innovation

 Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Summit Innovation



I do not think that any one of us, whether young or child like hospitals  atmosphere , from this point  the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Berlin, create a special section for children and young people living with mental illness, but it's not like you saw a hospital by:





you will not feel that this is a hospital of mental illness when you see this picture , that is the Excellent creativity that the hospital has achived with the help of Dan Perlman agency of creative projects


This project named "Ellis Island" , in this project every chamber was designed with high professionality and take care of accurate details (colors, materials, illuminations ,decorations,...) including giving a sense of security and positive thinking in children and young people, at the same time give them the incentive for creativity and innovation!


The supervisors of Queen Elizabeth Hospital say the project that all of these objectives have been achieved distinction through tours for those who were treated in this place.


This project draws attention to a very serious point, namely, that the biggest problem of the mentally ill lies in the "social stigma" that make society and rejected by discarding them, connecting them sometimes crazy! Ignoring the fact that a large part of mental illness can be treated with any organic disease such as usual!


This Queen Elizabeth Hospital draws attention to a very serious point, namely, that the biggest problem of the mentally ill lies in the "social stigma" that make society and rejected by discarding them, connecting them sometimes crazy! Ignoring the fact that a large part of mental illness can be treated with any organic disease such as usual!

So I think that the most beautiful he has done this project is to notice the mentally ill through the safe reintegration in an environment that is both exhilarating and comfortable make them feel part of this life!

This is another set of Queen Elizabeth Hospital photos:

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