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Unicel Architectural publishes industry white paper on hospital window and door treatments that help optimize patient healing environments

“Designing Window and Door Treatments for Improved Patient Outcomes” reviews industry research and identifies key requirements for the control of vision, noise, heat and light


Montreal, Canada – WEBWIRE
Louvers-within-glass provide unmatched control of vision, heat, sound and light in patient spaces.
Louvers-within-glass provide unmatched control of vision, heat, sound and light in patient spaces.

Healthcare facilities managers and designers often turn to us for insights and recommendations on building elements to help them create more patient-centered and sustainable spaces.

MONTREAL, Canada – June 9, 2015 – Unicel Architectural, manufacturer of vision and daylight control solutions, today published an industry white paper that examines the issues and solutions for employing window and door treatments to help improve patient spaces and healing. “Designing Window and Door Treatments for Improved Patient Outcomes” reviews industry research and identifies key requirements for the control of vision, noise, heat and light. It further details and compares applicable solutions available in the market today.
 
“Healthcare facilities managers and designers often turn to us for insights and recommendations on building elements to help them create more patient-centered and sustainable spaces,” said Jean-Francois Couturier, CEO of Unicel Architectural. “This white paper was developed to provide a guideline for design considerations around patient privacy and the control of various elements that may impact their ability to heal effectively. It considers key industry research and available solutions so that architects can make informed design decisions.”
 
Hospital design and architecture can play an important role in a patient’s recovery and well-being. Since the early 1990s, a number of studies have examined how hospital design and architecture affect patients and healthcare workers, and the results make a compelling case for design geared toward optimal patient environments.
 
To read the white paper, visit: http://unicelarchitectural.com/en/resources/white-papers.html  
 
About Unicel Architectural
 
For over 50 years, Unicel Architectural has built a reputation for the most advanced aluminum and glass solutions. These solutions encompass louvered glazing, skylights and more, to enhance major global construction initiatives with utmost quality and reliability. With its proprietary technology, Unicel’s Vision Control® delivers unprecedented comfort and control of vision, light, temperature and sound with a patented combination of louvers between glass that are hermetically sealed and cordless. Unicel’s solutions are guaranteed for longevity, optimized for energy efficiency, and customizable to any design, environmental or cultural requirements.  Unicel combines its market leading know-how with great design to ensure optimal aesthetics and sustainable performance. For more information visit: www.unicelarchitectural.com
 


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