In 2002, the Centre for Hip Health and Mobility was formed to bring affiliated researchers, clinicians and scientists together to solve mobility related problems; in 2008 the organization began planning their consolidation and integration on four floors of a new building. SSDG Interiors was retained to develop a cohesive workplace, promote cross-disciplinary ways of working, define their new brand, and create a distinct personality for the each of their floors. Bright colors, bold graphics and natural light speak of the energy and innovation of a research facility rather than the sterility of a hospital. The overall result is a creative, efficient and inspiring space for staff and visiting professionals.
Photographer: Ema Peter