We are delighted to hear that Cut’nCopy, the graphics company who we work with to create and install our vinyl art murals, have won an international award for their work with the Nightingale Project.
The award, presented at a celebration in Hamburg in May 2017, was won in the Interior Design category of the MacTac Creative Awards.
Cut’nCopy have worked with the Nightingale Project on a number of hospital sites. Their work involves painstaking recreations of paintings that we have commissioned for hospitals, in the form of wall coverings which capture the essence of the original artwork in the printed vinyl.
From December 2009 to May 2010 The Nightingale Project – of which he is a patron – presented the first London exhibition of Will Alsop’s paintings since 2002.
Will Alsop is one of Britain’s most prominent architects. He has designed buildings in numerous countries, including the Sharp Centre for Design in Toronto, the ferry terminal in Hamburg, and the regional government building in Marseille, known as ‘Le Grand Bleu’. In the UK his buildings include Peckham Library (for which he won the Stirling Prize in 2000), and the acclaimed ‘Chips‘ building in Manchester.
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Of the six nominees for this year’s Stirling Prize for Architecture, two were London health centres, including the winner, the Maggie’s Centre at Charing Cross Hospital, designed by Rogers, Stirk, Harbour and Partners. The Nightingale Project hopes that this shows an increasing interest in the way that good design can positively affect our health. Click here and here for news stories.