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Team: Team Cibap

School: Cibap Zwolle

Team Members:

Cas Schoemaker

Joost Veldkamp

Kris Verschuere

Nymphe Noami Nibourg



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Cas Schoemaker

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Joost Veldkamp

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Kris Verschure

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Nymphe Nibourg

Description Design

With our design proposals we hope to change the atmosphere and experience in treatment rooms. We have chosen two different styles, which are also aimed at different purposes. In addition to these proposals, we have also set up an extra spot.


This is for after the conversation and specifically for the person treated.

In one room a homely setting has been chosen, which research shows to result in more openness. What is also associated with this are the slightly dark colors with a few striking elements. This is really intended as a room for repeated conversations, where few or no notes need to be taken.

A warmer working atmosphere has been chosen in the second room. The light colors and calm accents make it easier to keep the focus on the conversation. This room also has a table where four people can sit. This makes it easier to participate in a group conversation or possibly introduction, a similar way to get to know each other.

From various conversations with individuals who have experience in the field of mental health-related treatments, we have arrived at the following. Certain emotions can sometimes be generated during a conversation. These are not always easy to remove after the conversation. To relieve these feelings, we have come up with a 'Catch your breath corner'. Here the patient can take a moment for themselves before taking another step into the overwhelming outside world.


About MADE-Life Foundation

We are committed to the advancement of mental health of children, young adults in the Netherlands and beyond. We do this by organising 'challenges' that innovate, inspire and inform in every possible way. These challenges act as a flywheel for the much needed changes in the mental health space.

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