Royal Hospital for Children and Young People, Edinburgh

NES Lightline provided 18 No. Glass face LED Light Boxes on a design, manufacture and installation basis.

This exciting project was for the new build home of the RHSC Department of Clinical Neuroscience, Edinburgh.

Each of these units feature a total depth of 71mm. The fixing system is spit aluminium "Z" baton. This is housed within the depth of the unit, meaning the units fit snuggly to the wall with no shadow gap. In addition to this, the fixings are only visible on the two short return edges and therefore, unseen from the available viewing angles. The unit heights are 2,190mm. The face of the units are 7.4mm low iron toughened glass with graphic interlayer.

This is part of the "Beyond Walls" art and therapeutic Design (ATD) programme for the new Royal Hospital for Children and Young People.
Beyond Walls consists of over twenty projects with a team of over thirty artists, designers and makers, forming one of the largest art in healthcare programmes in the UK. This £5m programme has been generously funded by Edinburgh Children’s Hospital Charity and Edinburgh Lothian Health Foundation.

There is a growing recognition of the value of an enriched environment helping to reduce stress and anxiety and this is placed at the heart of the programme. The emphasis is on the integration and enhancement of the patient experience within arrival, waiting, treatment and ward spaces with projects focused on way marking, providing dignity and distraction.

Lead contractor: Ginkgo Projects Ltd
Architect: KSLD Architects
Scope: Design, manufacture and install
Product: LED Light Frame
Location: DCN Reception

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