Dignity in Colour

February 27, 2016

I was enchanted with this colour corridor at an Alzheimer's day care centre in the course of photographing the centre on its completion by the construction company just as it was being completed. I felt this building was conceived and created to show great dignity and respect to the persons who would be cared for here. I felt the building design and implementation with its wonderful array of colour as in this photo and the provision for enormous amount of light access delivered a unique uplifting atmosphere. It seemed to me that this was a building that was conceived and built by people who had a very genuine sensitivity for the people whose dignity is challenged by this awful condition.

It seemed to me to emphasise all that is energizing and uplifting in an environment which could be very challenging for the patients and their loved ones. I felt the building showed great consideration for the families and carers of these patients too. That has to be the hallmark of inspired thinking in that these people are also very deeply affected by the condition through their relationship with the patients.

To me this one photo reflects all that is good about our society and is one of my favorites.


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