When designing furniture for hospitals, one of the most important criteria is the quality of the spaces used by personnel.
Doctors and nurses, along with management and administrative personnel, form the “other side of the coin” in the relationship that forms when people take care of other people. In this sense, the design quality and the production of the furnishings influences the wellbeing of people working with these objects. In fact, it is widely proven that an environment that combines functionality and pleasantness perceptibly improves the quality of work and the quality of interpersonal relationships.
Contributing to the creation of a positive relational climate is one of the most important goals of contemporary design.