Projects Office designs non-institutional interior for mental health facility in Edinburgh

London studio Projects Office has used seaside-inspired colours and imagery to create a comfortable but practical interior for a mental health unit at the Royal Hospital for Children and Young People in Edinburgh.

The Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS) facility is designed to feel non-institutional, so as to make patients feel at ease, but to also look distinctly different than a domestic environment.

The CAMHS facility is designed to make patients feel at ease

The Projects Office team – led by architects Bethan Kay, James Christian and Megan Charnley – collaborated with art consultancy Ginkgo Projects on the interior, envisioning

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