The Royal London Hospital Morag Myerscough room has been made in the interest of healing. Children staying at the health center will now be able to partake in play within the space.
This project was orchestrated on behalf of the Cottrell and Vermeulen architects. Myerscough provided insight into the design and layout of the framework which kept in mind the potential fun that the kids could have in the Royal London Hospital.
Now present within the halls are giant stuffed animals, illuminated globes and surreal furniture pieces, offering some much needed distractions for the young patients in a manner that is as much lovable as it is artistic. Director of Vital Arts Anne Mullins explains the logic behind the decor, "We didn't just want them to be slumped in front of an Xbox."
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