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The Lullaby Factory Entertains Child Patients From Afar

 - Feb 22, 2013
References: studioweave & mymodernmet
London's Lullaby Factory is a musical installation designed by Maria Smith and Je Ahn. The duo comes of Studio Weave which encouraged the artists to produce the exhibit in the interest of patients staying at the Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children.

Nurses and patients who cross the street of the Great Ormand Hospital will receive a bit of cheerful entertainment from the Lullaby Factory. Although made of sturdy industrial pipes, the steel beams play music that can only be heard by listening to specific conduits, or by tuning into its radio channel. The towering exhibit, which stands at 10 stories and spans 105 feet, will certainly bring joy to those with ties to the hospital.