The Bloomsbury Swan.

Written by Di Toft.  Illustrated by Josh Williams.  

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"The man Bram was a clever inventor, but he was very, very poor." 

"Bram made all sorts of special toys from metal.  He crafted insections, owls, dogs, rabbits and once, even a life sized horse."

This World Book Day we look back on a fantastic project we completed with Skanska at Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH).  The SWAN sculpture is dedicated to children and families everywhere who have been affected by syndromes without a name (SWAN). 

The sculpture supports and extends the hospital's natural world ward-naming scheme, which incorporates interior design elements depicting animals in their natural habitat.  It creates a pleasing visual distraction for patients, families and staff in the Premier Inn Clinical Building - part of the Mittal Children's Medical Centre, offering something magical alongside the mechanical installations that are integral to the hospital's infrastructure.  

The Bloomsbury Swan is inspired by our very own Chris Brammall - The Bram. 

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