A long-standing relationship with Macmillan Cancer Environments and our work across a number of oncology projects means that we are sensitive to the particular needs of people affected by cancer.
Stress, disorientation and confusion, fear and anxiety may be alleviated by the appropriate use of art to welcome and reassure, support way finding, convey quality of care, and create a homely and friendly atmosphere.
Teenage Cancer Trust at Bristol Haematology and Oncology Centre: Feature Walls
Illustrator helps to create a unique and welcoming environment, appropriate for young people, on behalf of Teenage Cancer Trust.
The Cove Macmillan Support Centre, Truro: Integrated artworks and furniture design
Working closely with the architects, interior designers and Macmillan, Willis Newson commissioned visual art, furniture design and wall murals for The Cove in Truro.
Bristol Haematology and Oncology Centre: Sculptures & Words
Patients are being invited to stamp their own identity on their space in hospital using a series of sculptures inspired by books and reading.
The Sir Robert Ogden Macmillan Centre: Sculpture, Landscaping and Interiors
Art brings nature inside to provide healing environment
Macmillan Delamere Unit, Runcorn - Integrated Artworks
Integrated artworks support the patient journey and create a sense of local ownership and pride.
Macmillan Renton Unit: Sculptural Furniture
Beautiful, bespoke garden furniture brings a courtyard to life, creates spaces for quiet contemplation and encourages contact with nature
Guy's Hospital Cancer Day Unit: Poetry & Illustration
Artworks created in response to workshops with patient, staff and carers.
Macmillan Northampton General Hospital: Glazing & Illustrations
Wall vinyl and window treatments enhance the waiting area and treatment and counselling rooms within the Macmillan Haematology Outpatients Department at Northampton General Hospital.
Bristol Haematology & Oncology Centre: Public Art Programme
Artworks inspired by the theme ‘a sense of place’ play a vital role in enhancing wayfinding throughout the building.
Cheltenham General Hospital: Photography
Public art for new Department of Oncology