Bringing Holiday Spirit and Fantastical Spark
New York’s oldest hospital collaborated with our design and sales teams to reinvent their holiday installation and infuse it with fantasy and whimsy to inspire children. The installation was in coordination with a hospital exhibition of drawings created by children recovering in the hospital.
Weather patterns and traffic considerations are researched at least 3 times a day by the scheduling team. Weather is assessed to ensure we avoid inclement weather, such as blizzards and snow storms. Traffic considerations are critical in the greater NYC area to plan for the regular happenings that occur within New York, such as presidential visits, United Nations gatherings, and large scale construction sites that lead to street closures.
The children’s wing also overlooks the dramatic but serene I. M. Pei designed lobby atrium, which fuses NYC landmark architecture seamlessly with timeless contemporary design. The abundant light delivered by the magnificent glass atrium, as well as the children’s direct site lines to it, provided the perfect opportunity to create a fantasy winter scape that would evolve with the days altering light before a dramatic transformation at nightfall with a light show to reinvent the scene and ignite the children’s imagination.