Scenography L'humanisation de l’hôpital / mode d’emploi exhibition
Duration of the project: 6 months – delivery: October 2009
Reception, comfort, well-being, humanization, quality, rights and well-treatment are the terms that string together and contribute to an intense mutation of the hospital - always renewed and uncompleted.
This exhibition scenography, which includes 4 rooms and 600 m², deals with a disproportionate program as it further develops each hospital field such as architecture, abolition of common rooms, new equipments, decoration, entertainments, meals, personnel training...in order to promote other ways of practicing medicine and considering the patients - now stakeholders and partners.
The scenography mission consists in expressing in volume the intense transformation of the hospital-hospice into "care center opened to everyone": audio design, importance of the media and TV shows, examples of modules installed on site, testimonials and interactions at the heart of the exhibition, colors, forms and materials, they demonstrate a sense of sharing, proximity and availability: the core values lie in trying to set the disappearance of the "knowledge status" initiated by the stakeholders / doctors, administrative personnel et nursing staff / in favor of all the users (those who commute for work and the residents, patients and visitors), by paying attention and sharing expertise.