London Neuro-Disability Hospital

The ward has been completely opened up to create a spacious, colourful, light and sensory therapy space to cater for its 14 inpatients that are completely dependent on carers for 24-hour assistance, with many confined to wheelchairs.

Creating a homely and calming atmosphere, IBI has applied colours, textures and vary-tone lighting based on the ‘changing seasons’ to help users to make connections with the past and the present and feel a greater sense of belonging.

This theme is reflected by the inclusion of an indoor ‘garden room’ that looks out onto an external courtyard garden, where patients can pot plants and carry out holistic therapies. This is something that has proven to enhance people living with Huntington’s quality of life, according to research by the Royal Hospital for Neuro-disability.

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