Critical Care Unit
University College Hospital, London



"My intention when creating the artwork for the Critical Care Unit was to bring serenity and escapism to the department. I took inspiration from the natural elements including flora, fauna, water and sky. Specific landscape themed colour palettes have been used to help with orientation within the department, including forest, seascape, heather and sea storm.

The artworks are initially painted by hand then scanned in and significantly enlarged to emphasise the texture of the original painted surface. They are displayed as circles and landscapes to create vistas and focal points. The designs are an organic and sensitive response to nature with the intention to create a welcoming and calming environment."  Lucy Gough

Photography Rob Parrish, 2015



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