We want to help ensure that knowledge about health-promoting design does not end up in the drawer, but is applied in the world. Therefore, we strive to communicate current evidence-based findings.
In our talks, publications and workshops we address topics including public health care/public health, architectural psychology, cross-disciplinary collaboration, and participatory design. In addition, we provide materials that you can use for your own purposes.
Would you like to learn more about health-promoting design?
Would you like to train your employees in health-promoting design?
Are you facing a design challenge and looking for new impulses?
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Talks and workshops
In wissenschaftlichen Vorträgen und Workshops im Rahmen von Konferenzen und Kongressen möchten wir dazu beitragen, Erkenntnisse aus dem Bereich der gesundheitsfördernden Gestaltung weiterzugeben und in den Diskurs zu bringen. Dazu gehört auch, dass Theorien und Konzepte unserer Arbeit im Austausch mit anderen herausgefordert und verbessert werden.
A podcast on healthy design
The podcast "Gesunde Gestaltung" (Healthy Design) aims to communicate topics of health-promoting design from different disciplinary perspectives for the German-speaking region. Thereby, design-specific topics (e.g. design methods) as well as topics of adjacent disciplines (e.g. research methods and scientific findings) are considered. In this context, "design" means all forms from service and system to graphics and product to space and landscape.
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4 Fields of work
What if the design of a doctor's office, the interplay of spaces, processes and communication media could lead to a more effective daily treatment routine and enable greater trust and openness among patients?
Health-promoting design requires a comprehensive and scientifically sound identification of needs and contextual factors. To this end, we offer a wide range of survey, analysis and consulting services: from stage 0 to post occupancy evaluation.
How can the spatial conditions favor the therapeutic process, create trust and radiate security and warmth?