Ar. Peeyush Srivastava Nexus Plus

Peeyush Srivastava
Any human activity has an ecological impact and building activities such as a hospital building is a very intense human activity that creates a huge carbon footprint. So, the key to future design in healthcare is all about 'reduce, recycle and reuse'. Materials which can be recycled or made from recycled materials and reused, are going to be the major focus along with emerging technologies such as pneumatic chutes to reduce critical time and robotic surgery to promote non-invasive technologies.

The parameters of modern hospitals are functionality, flexibility, expandability and aesthetics. There is going to be more controlled segregation of in and out patients, adaptation of changing medical needs, clear definition of visitor and logistic routes and segregation of waste and supplies.

Use of Nano technology, Artificial intelligence and 3D printing are going to dominate the healthcare industry in coming times

There is an emerging trend to use AAC blocks instead of red bricks since they not only consume industrial waste like fly ash, but also give a lighter material with excellent insulation properties to reduce solar heat gain.

Kailash Hospital

Computer simulated software which optimises the heating and cooling of buildings along with low energy consuming air-conditioning machines, high efficiency double layered glass on façades, building integrated photovoltaic system to produce power, vertical landscapes, reduction of lighting load with LED light fixtures along with integration of day light, are definite ingredients of future healthcare spaces.

There is a sharp attention on finding alternatives to products that contain potentially harmful materials such as latex, PVC and mercury, particularly through influencing purchasing practices within hospitals. Use of Nano technology, Artificial intelligence and 3D printing are going to dominate the healthcare industry in coming times.
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