Architecture and Urbanism, MA diploma project
Current research into alternative methods of treating mental disorders with the support of psychedelics has revealed their an order of magnitude higher effectiveness compared to conventional psychopharmaceuticals. One of the key factors influencing treatment is the environment in which the therapy takes place. Due to its novelty, however, there is not yet a settled idea of what such an space should look like. The thesis seeks an answer to what psychedelic treatment facilities should have in form, typology and location.