The Royal Children’s Hospital in Melbourne, Australia redefines healthcare design by incorporating the natural landscape into the space as well as appreciating the healthy psychological effects that art has on children.
Colorful, sun-shading petals make up the facade.
A giant fish tank serves as a wayfinding marker and a visually pleasing source of nature.
Designed distractions help patients enjoy their hospital stay.
For more information and images on the project, check out an article about it by the Australian Design Review.
Happy Friday! Don’t forget, Beaux Arts Ball is tomorrow night at Bad Mother Cluckers at 8 p.m. See you there!