I love the environmental graphics that Barcelona-based design studio Toormix has done for their clients. Their last project for Children‘s Daytime Oncology and Hematology Center at Vall d’Hebron University Hospital (Barcelona) is just as wonderful and creative as their work for Jaleo Restaurant and China Poblano Restaurant.
This project was created by the Small Foundation and materialized by donations from different institutions, foundations and individuals. The studio developed the name “Parc d’Atencions” –“Care Park”– (a wordplay with the connotation of an amusement park in catalan), the brand design and visual system, and user experience for the space.
They divided the place into three sections: The Natural Environment, for a waiting room which is design for children, teenagers and their parents; The Univers, which is an area for medical consultations; and The Racing Circuit, an area design for treatments.
Using a minimal color palette and natural materials such as wood, they managed to create a modern and fun interior design for the patients, their relatives and hospital staff, that can help reduce the stress that a delicate situation generates.
This project was developed in collaboration with Plasencia Arquitectura Architecture Studio.
Photography by Adrià Goula