Hale is a series of garments designed to improve a patient’s sense of well-being during their hospital stay. Hospital garments need to be supremely functional, allowing easy handling by both the patient and doctor while also adhering to strict sanitation requirements. Hale upholds these practical standards while providing comfortable and dignified clothing for patients at each stage of their treatment. The first is a disposable gown for use before, during and immediately after surgery. The second is a launderable gown for stable patients, and the third is a sensor gown that unobtrusively tracks the patient’s blood-oxygen level, body temperature, position and pulse.
Born in Cairo,Egypt in 1996. In 2000 moved Beirut, Lebanon and recieved high school diploma from The International School of Choueifat. In 2014, moved to London for Art Foundation. In 2015, moved back to country of origin Egypt and is currently a senior undergraduate student, majoring in Graphic Design and minoring in Arab and Islamic Civilizations in The American University in Cairo. An aspiring designer focused on creating smart, thought provoking, and conceptual solutions by aiming to make them simple and clever. Design is more than just application, rather a methodology, and at the center of that is where I strive to be.moreInstagram Facebook