by Emily Kantz
Market and societal influences are driving today’s new colors
The use of color in healthcare settings has evolved over the last five years, influenced by a variety of factors, including global design trends, consumer research, patient satisfaction studies and market drivers from other segments. When it comes to healthcare facilities, we’re seeing less of the stereotypical institutional colors, and more healthcare systems that are influenced by residential design, as well as taking color cues from the hospitality and commercial markets.
By selecting up-to-date colors and using them in the right places, architects, interior designers, facility managers and building owners can make healthcare settings not only look more aesthetically pleasing, but also serve a purpose for those who spend time in them.
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