Started: 2021 (MDes) Thesis title: Intergenerational healing spaces in hospitals: creative and joyful older adults and children
Supervisor: Dr. Carmela Cucuzzella
Sara Kariminejad is a Master’s student enrolled in the design program at Concordia University. Her research, under the guidance of Dr. Carmela Cucuzzella, is entitled, “Intergenerational healing spaces in hospitals: creative and joyful older adults and children".
Sara holds a bachelor’s and master’s degrees in architecture in Iran (2020) and currently pursuing her graduate program in master of design at Concordia University. Sara’s research interest focuses on healthcare design, environmental psychology, interdisciplinary design, art and health, participatory design, built environment, and evidence-based design.
She identifies and investigates the environmental preferences of users in designing healing spaces in hospitals in order to increase the well-being and mental health of users and create a pleasant environment for them. In fact, designing healing spaces according to the environmental needs and preferences of users.