Tuesday, 7 July 2015

Jane Reiseger drawing for Royal Children’s Hospital

Jane Reiseger drawing for Royal Children’s Hospital
Jane Reiseger drawing for Royal Children’s Hospital

Visiting hospital with our child is one of the experience we wish to avoid. In my architect’s practice, few years ago I was having a chance to work on a transformation of an old children’s hospital into a friendly place for the little patients and their parents. We have had many meetings with the staff, listening their needs and requests. It was very moving experience for me. The final effect wasn’t so spectacular as the Royal Children’s Hospital I’m showing you, but it was simple and colourful too. 

I think it is very important to spread the good examples of how to create such a spaces. Jane Reiseger, an artist from Australia, was working on this project for an entire year! I really adore the world she has created in her drawings, with animals and floral patterns. Children like nature so much and sometimes during a long stay at the hospital, they miss the fresh air and playing outside the most. I wish investors/architects to put effort into creating such a beautiful and children friendly hospital interiors. 

Royal Children’s Hospital
Royal Children’s Hospital
Jane Reiseger drawing for Royal Children’s Hospital
Jane Reiseger drawing for Royal Children’s Hospital

Jane Reiseger drawing for Royal Children’s Hospital

1 comment:

  1. thank you so much for such a lovely post : ) a very nice surprise.I feel so grateful to have worked on the Royal Children's Hospital in Melbourne and hopefully bring some sort of relief to the children and families staying there.Such a rewarding project

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