Glasgow children’s hospital to install interactive exhibits

Glasgow Science Centre is seeking to work with a design consultancy as it develops a series of interactive exhibits for a children’s hospital in the city.

Jason Bruges Studio's interactive animal wall at Great Ormond Street Hospital was installed last year
Jason Bruges Studio’s interactive animal wall at Great Ormond Street Hospital was installed last year

The centre is working on a programme of exhibits for Southern General Children’s Hospital, which will keep children occupied and entertained as they wait in emergency departments and other areas.

The hospital says the exhibits will be ‘a range of electro-mechanical and audio-visual based interactive exhibits’.

The appointed design group will work closely with Glasgow Science Centre’s in-house exhibition team on the project – which is valued at £650 000-£750 000.

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Other recent interactive exhibits at children’s hospitals include Jason Bruges Studio’s animal wall at Great Ormond Street Hospital and Royal London Hospital’s interactive play space.

You can read more about designing interactive spaces for children’s hospitals in our analysis piece.

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