When we step into a hospital complex, a whole spectrum of sensations and feelings bubble up at the same time. Whether it’s for a diagnostic test, a doctor’s visit or results, our nerves and emotions often run high. Therefore, in addition to requiring lighting that meets current uses and regulations, at Lluria we’ve gone a step further, creating a lighting system that accompanies the patient throughout their journey. This is what we’ve done at Quirónsalud Marbella Hospital, whose lighting reflects the quality and calm of a designer medical centre equipped with the latest technology.
Dynamism and lightness
The main entrance welcomes visitors with an even and controlled atmosphere created by linear luminaires supported by ST4 profiles with MO19.2-40 LED strips that provide rhythm and invigorate the comings and goings of staff, patients and family members. At the counter, two types of linear lighting are set up: indirect, to offer airiness and give the sense the upper and lower volumes are floating, and direct, providing a functional service light to ensure adequate patient care.
Calm and serenity
At Quironsalud Marbella Hospital, the MRI room is a friendly space that invites patients to feel calm and relaxed. The large artificial skylight amplifies and bathes in light the diagnostic room, which is framed by subtle contour lines. The clarity of the space and the light horizontality emitted by the LLuria MO4.8-40 LED strips transmit the serenity needed for such important tests.
The lighting installed in the common areas signals and indicates the way to each of the dorms and medical rooms. The light offers design and safety in an aseptic corridor that almost glows, as do the materials that make it up. The lighting is dimmed at nightfall to reduce power consumption.
This spectacular diagnostic room looks in line with the quality of its finishes and technology used. The lighting adapts to the organic futuristic and minimal forms with a set of integrated linear systems that create a new material layer in the architecture.
A second point of patient care on a smaller scale represents the perfect combination of ambient, functional and aesthetic lighting. Upper perimeter light, spotlight on the work plane and an elegant counter camouflaged with translucent glass that filters the natural entrance light.
Architecture and interior design: Peinado Arquitectos
Light fittings: LLuria
Photography: Javier Orive
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