With great attention to detail and special attention to design and function, we have put together this collection. Based on the idea of Healing Architecture and inspired by the idea of Biophilic Design, we have created a collection that covers the entire range of textile furnishing in the care sector in a meaningful way. Because the products can be combined with each other, CARE. Collection offers countless colour concepts and motifs from which you can design the right living environments for your residents.Living in Old Age | Backgroundinformation
DELICARE was specially developed for the care sector and stands for antimicrobial and air-purifying curtain fabrics. On request, these are available with a DELICARE finish from a minimum quantity of 100 m, which remains intact even after multiple washings.
1. bacterial load in the rooms decreases measurably. Residents are exposed to fewer airborne bacteria.
2. washing cycles can be noticeably reduced. The labour and cost expenditure for hygienic cleanliness is thus noticeably reduced.
• contribute to improved room hygiene
• are wash-resistant
• lead to energy savings due to longer washing intervals and lower washing temperatures (washing is only necessary for visible soiling, hygienic washing at 72 °C is no longer required)
• are permanently flame retardant
Residents of nursing homes often suffer from age-related visual impairments. Colors and especially contrasts are no longer perceived as strongly. The right use of colors can counteract visual impairments so that residents feel comfortable in the facilities and can move around more safely.Colourconcept | Worlds of Colour
This collection was developed in collaboration with experts in the branch, specifically to meet the demands of living in old age. Read more:
She is a qualified architect with many years of experience in the concept development and planning of residential and care properties for older people in new buildings, existing buildings and neighbourhood contexts. In addition to her architectural consulting experience, she has sound expertise in the areas of accessibility, gerontology, care and social planning.
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