Personal experience had a great influence on the topic, namely the realization that patients in hospice are worth more attention. This is a situation where human himself can’t do anything anymore, all that is happening is unfortunately towards to one direction…
The wall light, including five modules, is designed to change the light, mood and atmosphere in the patient’s room. During one full cycle, the lights on each module’s edges smoothly switch on and off, creating peaceful ambiance in the patient’s room. Lighting is covered with nature motives printed silkscreen fabric, which is also laminated for easier cleaning purposes.
The five-module wall light is designed to change the light, mood and atmosphere in the patient’s room. During of the long working cycle the lights on the edges of each module smoothly switch on and off, creating peaceful mood in the patient’s room. Lighting is covered with silk screen printing fabric which is also laminated to be able for easy clean.
Supervisor: senior researcher Kärt Ojavee.
Authors: Estonian Academy of Arts Master’s students Keiu Albi, Rita Assor, Katrin Kabun, Jette Heinlo, Liisa Aid and TUT Biorobotics engineer Jaan Rebne
Client: Hospice Department of Long-Term Nursing Centre of East Tallinn Central Hospital.