As Indiana’s only comprehensive children’s hospital, Riley Hospital for Children at Indiana University Health is a place of hope and healing for the 300,000 young patients that pass through their door each year.
In 2011, the 10-story, 30 room Simon Family Tower was built at Riley Hospital. This structure connected to the Riley Outpatient Center by a 40-year old corridor, whose aesthetics reflected its age. In a space where durability is as essential as design, the hospital sought the help of Artist Walter Knabe and Designer Barbara Eden to transform this space into a soothing passageway that would delightfully welcome patients.
Now, when moving between two busy areas of the hospital, adults and children alike can enjoy expansive and original murals created with Acrovyn by Design, a product of Construction Specialties. Acrovyn by Design‘s ease of installation helped the contractors complete their work within a short timeframe.
Beautiful, custom artwork paired with a durable and easily cleanable surface assure that Riley Hospital for Children will showcase this corridor for years to come.