Delray Medical Center
Delray Medical Center had a long wall that connected a new section of their building. A long walk along a stark white wall for patients and associates alike, Delray wanted to educate and inspire the viewers that walked this hallway daily.
The panels and art span 75 feet, displaying historical photos from when the hospital first opened to the present day. Using Delray’s Medical Center’s brand colors, the design bridged the gap between old black and white photos by giving them sepia-inspired, blue/teal tones into the modern-day color photos.
The designs were then put on acrylic stand-offs with brushed aluminum caps. With beveled green edges, the acrylic panels mimicked beautiful glass, accentuating the graphics to the fullest vibrancy.