Designing for Health: The Cultural Differences of Latin American Countries and Their Desire for American Influence on Healthcare Design

Designing for Health: The Cultural Differences of Latin American Countries and Their Desire for American Influence on Healthcare Design
Jul 19, 2010

El Hospital Universitario San Vicente de Paul in Rio Negro, Colombia, designed by Perkins+Will


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Designing for Health: The Cultural Differences of Latin American Countries and Their Desire for American Influence on Healthcare Design_02 El Hospital Universitario San Vicente de Paul in Rio Negro, Colombia Distinctive colors, materials, and graphic symbols facilitate wayfinding at El Hospital Universitario San Vicente de Paul, designed by Perkins+Will.
Designing for Health: The Cultural Differences of Latin American Countries and Their Desire for American Influence on Healthcare Design_03 El Hospital Universitario San Vicente de Paul in Rio Negro, Colombia Waiting rooms at El Hospital Universitario San Vicente de Paul are designed as large living rooms to accommodate family members who often stay with the patient throughout treatment.
Designing for Health: The Cultural Differences of Latin American Countries and Their Desire for American Influence on Healthcare Design_01 El Hospital Universitario San Vicente de Paul in Rio Negro, Colombia Floor plan of a typica patient room at  El Hospital Universitario San Vicente de Paul in  Rio Negro, Colombia, designed by Perkins+Will