Design and healthcare isn’t always only about the built environment. Wearing a backless, paper thin gown will be dehumanizing in even the most thoughtful designed spaces. Enter: UK based Inga Wellbeing. Founded by Nikla Lancksweert after her mother was diagnosed with ovarian cancer, the line features discreet openings to the arm, back, chest area, sides, stomach, groin and legs that enable many routine examinations and treatments to be easily performed while maintaining patient dignity. Cuff-to-neck snaps on the sleeves enable most patients to dress and undress themselves easily even when hooked up to IV lines.