Psychiatric clinic in PodgoricaJovana Vuletić
, 2019, magistrsko delo
Opis: The theme of this master’s project is research on the significance and influence of the architecture of psychiatric facilities on the process of treatment of people with mental disorders. The capital of Montenegro, Podgorica, has been struggling with a lack of adequate facilities for its Psychiatric Clinic, which has not had the capacity to hospitalise, or provide treatment and rehabilitation services to mentally ill persons for years. With the aim of gaining an understanding of the best practices that could be transferred to the new Psychiatric Clinic, this paper delves into the historic development of psychiatry, treatment and types of hospitals, as well as the position of patients in the society. The great revolution or milestone in psychiatry, the deinstitutionalisation process, caused the closing-down of many psychiatric clinics around the world. Mental health centres that do not force long-term hospitalisation on patients, but offer a wide range of therapeutic, rehabilitation and recreational activities, started to emerge as an alternative. The main goal of this project is to create a clinic in Podgorica that would use a modern architectural language and concept to break environmental prejudices, while providing patients with all the necessary contents for a pleasant and safe stay. The project aims to create a clinic that would respect the function and dynamics of the site, while maintaining its own irreplaceability and uniqueness within that environment.
Ključne besede: psychiatry, arhitecture, psyhiatric hospital, deinstitucionalization, stigmatization, clinic centre Montenegro
Objavljeno: 05.02.2019; Ogledov: 718; Prenosov: 165
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