This colorful maternity ward employs the signature whimsical aesthetic approach of London-based designer Adam Nathaniel Furman. He achieves this through the incorporation of various nuances and geometric figures on tiles. The mosaic adorns the reception and entry areas of the Chelsea and Westminster Hospital.
For the venture, Adam Nathaniel Furman was funded by a donation from the Reuben Foundation. He has titled his work 'Radiance,' drawing inspiration from the "theme of birth and rebirth." The playfully colorful maternity ward is part of a greater project that seeks to alleviate patient anxiety and create a comfortable environment by way of "combining digital, visual and performing arts with design." These artistic projects are commissioned on a rotating basis by the healthcare institution's official charity, CW+.
Image Credit: Gareth Gardener