The idea of being in a hospital isn't associated with any sort of whimsical environment. But, the London Children's Hospital has been transformed to change that notion. A British art organization called Vital Arts has worked with various artists and designers to create a new environment for patients to be in. Bold designs and colors are used to invoke a place a child would want to be in. The kid-friendly spaces invoke a cheerful and upbeat vibe, which definitely helps create a positive and happy experience. And when you're a child who is feeling ill that's a game changer.
For more ward images and information on the artists that designed each ward, click here.
Trauma and gastroenterology by Morag Myerscough (photos by Gareth Gardner)
Respiratory by Miller Goodman (photos by Jess Bonham)
Pediatric Assessment and Short Stay Unit by Chris Haughton (photos by Jess Bonham)
The Ann Riches Healing Space by Cottrell and Vermeulen and Morag Myerscough (photos by Gareth Gardner)