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HEALTHCARE

ART HEALS

THOUGHTFUL SELECTION IS ESSENTIAL TO THE WELLNESS EXPERIENCE. OUR CARING AND PROFESSIONAL
HEALTHCARE ART CONSULTANTS HAVE A UNIQUE SET OF SKILLS CONSISTING OF COMPASSION, EMPATHY,
AND A FIRM UNDERSTANDING OF EVIDENCE-BASED DESIGN.

DESIGN TO HEAL

Healthcare design is a comprehensive
discipline built on a specialized skill set, a broad understanding of human psychology and behavior, creativity and a high degree of empathy. When you think of a healthcare facility, a lot of areas can come to mind. Whether you need a statement piece for your lobby, or you need to find budget-friendly options, our art consultants have the knowledge and creativity needed to curate the right collection for you. Contact us below to kick off the art consulting process on your next project!

 

DID YOU KNOW

Current research shows that the great majority of patients prefer art on the walls of hospitals
instead of sterile white walls. The art preferred, in order of preference:

- Nature landscapes and floral (most popular)
- Non-threatening animals
- Portraits
- Urban landscapes
- Abstract

PROVEN OUTCOME

Studies show that the right artwork in the interiors of any healthcare facility can improve patient outcomes and increase overall satisfaction of patients, staff, and caregivers. This sentiment is true, and science backs it up.

RESEARCH SHOWS THAT ART CAN:

- Reduce stress and anxiety
- Lower blood pressure
- Reduce need for pain medication
- Increase patients’ trust and confidence
- Be a positive distraction for patients, visitors,  
  family members, and staff
- Decrease length of hospital stays

BROWSE NOW

RESEARCH SUGGESTS THAT NATURE ART (OR ART WITH VIEWS OR REPRESENTATIONS OF NATURE) WILL PROMOTE
RESTORATION IF “ART CONTAINS THE FOLLOWING FEATURES: CALM OR SLOWLY MOVING WATER, VERDANT FOLIAGE,
FLOWERS, FOREGROUND SPATIAL OPENNESS, PARK‐LIKE OR SAVANNAH‐LIKE PROPERTIES
(SCATTERED TREES, GRASSY UNDERSHOT), AND BIRDS OR OTHER UNTHREATENING WILDLIFE.”
ULRICH, R. S., & GILPIN, L. (2003). HEALING ARTS: NUTRITION FOR THE SOUL

Compassion and empathy for patients, staff and visitors is at the core of our consultant’s mission. Compassion allows our team to truly understand what it is like to be inside various healthcare service spaces and to see through the eyes of each viewer as they deal with all the stress and emotions they are going through. Allowing evidence-based design principles to guide artwork selection and art program creation ensures that the imagery provided to decision-makers is curated to reflect not only the interior design intent of each space, but also to ensure that the artwork is appropriate for the diverse needs of patients, staff and visitors.

 

EVIDENCE-BASED

DESIGN

1. COMPASSION

2. EMPATHY

3. EVIDENCE-BASED DESIGN

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