Effect of Color, Finishing and Lighting on the Perception of Well-being and Image of Up-scale hospital ward

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วรภัทร์ อิงคโรจน์ฤทธิ์


Nowadays, the hospital business is expanding and the environment in which it evolves is becoming more competitive. The design of the healing environment can have an impact on the well-being that they receive. This study aims to understand the influence of element. The experiment used image with difference color, finishing and lighting; which each set comprising the factor. The results revealed that warm white lighting color temperature were more positively perceived. The results showed that wood finishing appearance significantly affects both expensive and reliable. Wall painted has more perceptions of energize. Therefore, for another study proposed to study further by adding factor detail in order to have a better understanding of hospital ward design.

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