Artfelt, Sheffield Children’s Hospital’s arts programme, commissioned Morag Myerscough as part of the hospital’s recent £40 million transformation to provide “something different from what you may normally expect to see in hospital” for their new wards and single en-suite bedrooms; serving a clinical function, whilst not conforming to a clinical aesthetic. Single En-Suite Bedroom 19.4m2, 4 Bed Bays 80.3m2 Goals Designed by Avanti Architects, the 46 en-suite bedrooms and 6 multi-occupancy bays include features like hidden plugs and wires behind panelling to give the rooms a softer, domestic touch. It was necessary for any enhancement to the bedroom finishes to be suitable for patients of all ages and both genders, as well as the parents who help care for them. It is likely that the work will be in place for many years so it was essential any artwork remains fresh and relevant for as long as possible. Read More