Hospital and clinic design has long been driven by a pragmatic approach in its layout of programme and space, with little consideration towards the mental well-being of its staff and patients. Studies have shown that the architectural environment we are in affects both our psychological and physiological state, both of which affect a patient’s recovery rate.

Serenity Gardens aims to explore these new principles through the incorporation of green atriums, building complexity in its facade and geometry, optimising lighting and thermal conditions, along with the use of mood-inducing colours in its internal decor design. Using the basis of this graduation project, I hope to manifest it on a broader city scale, revolutionising the way we masterplan and design our buildings.

An urban regeneration movement that places the social and mental well-being of its people at the forefront.

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