If we only have one space left to inhabit, it has to be good! How does space affect our well being? What spatial qualities do we prefer?How do we reintroduce the importance of architectural elements, such as materials, lighting and acoustics?
In the research project, Architecture and Palliation, film is used as a communicational tool within the process of building hospitals, hospices, and nursing homes. The aim is to start a qualitative architectural discussion, regarding the way we build for sick people. The project investigates the film media as a diagrammatic tool in an architectural process.
The film plays with Evidence Based Design as a tool for measuring the architectural effect on the human mind. In the scenery the man and the space both plays the main part, assimilated, side by side to highlight their interaction.
Director: Christel Nisbeth, Moa Liew, Annemie Sandadhl
Editor: Christel Nisbeth, Moa Liew, Annemie Sandadhl
Sound mastering: Ask Kæreby
Actor: Dan Loffredo
Speak: Dea Fog
Translation: Sophie Brauer
The International Architecture Film Festival Lund 2013
Athens International Short Film Festival, 2015
Knowledge Centre for Rehabilitation and Palliative Care