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Art and Architecture at the Charlotte R. Bloomberg Children's Center

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The new towers at The Johns Hopkins Hospital will offer an environment like few others in the world, incorporating indoor space, exterior gardens, natural light, and the deliberate and integration of art and architecture to create a unique environment for healing.

Bloomberg BuildingThe Charlotte R. Bloomberg Children's Center

The Charlotte R. Bloomberg Children's Center is named in honor of the mother of Michael R. Bloomberg--philanthropist, Hopkins alumnus, and Mayor of New York City--who contributed significant resources to make the facility and this creative collaboration come to life. The Charlotte R. Bloomberg Children's Center features over 500 works of art specially selected for the new facility, created by more than 70 artists from across the country.

The acquisition and integration of art into the buildings - and the way art informed the architecture and design - was made possible in large part to the generosity and vision of Bloomberg Philanthropies.

Over 70 Artists, A Curator, and Architects Incorporate Art And Architecture To Enhance Healing Process For Young Patients  
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curtain wall imageThe Exterior: Spencer Finch's Curtain Wall and The Ever-Changing Language of the Color Alphabet
frit imageThe Exterior: The Magical Frit, Lantern and Snow Globe
sculpture imageSetting the Stage: Set Designer Robert Israel's Super-Sized Sculptures
book imageMedicine for the Soul - Book-Inspired Art
tabletop imageDioramas, Tabletops and More
window shade imageWindows on Baltimore's Tradition: Jim Boyd's Window Shades
wayfinding imageArtistic Wayfinding
canopy imageThe Canopy: An Unmistakable Point of Arrival

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