Two themes, one identity
In the atrium and across the women’s services, we placed elegant drawings of dogwood and cherry, inspired by what we saw in the gardens around the hospital.
The two styles of art sit happily alongside each other, giving a common identity to the whole space whilst respecting the individuality of each clinical service. In the more social, public spaces, the flora and fauna depict joyful movement and characterization. In other areas requiring a calmer mood, the drawings are less busy, featuring fewer lines and less action.
Wayfinding through pictures, words & signs
Across the centre, we placed artwork strategically, in order to aid wayfinding and orientation. We also designed a signage scheme that would compliment the pictures - allowing people to navigate using pictures or words as they choose.
|Commissioned by||Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Trust|
|Artist||Art in Site|
|Users||Women and Child pateints|