Location, Location, Location.

Hospital Arts tasked us with the job of producing a guide to the locations of artwork throughout the hospital. Visitors can use the leaflet to discover information on each artist as well as locations of where to find the pieces as they walk around the corridors.

We wanted to illustrate through photography and graphical elements, how the presence of the various pieces of artwork within the hospital environment produce a pleasing & relaxing experience for both patients and visitors. The leaflets were produced using a heavy, uncoated and textured paper which, when printed in full colour, allowed the images to take on a watercolour-like effect. This distinctive finish also gave the printed materials a very tactile feel combined with the imagery of paint brush and scalpel to catch peoples attention and re-enforce the unity of the hospital and artist working together.

Building Memories

Accent worked closely with Hospital Arts to create a 1940s memory room on the Holt Ward which is used to stimulate memories in patients.

With unconventional and interesting use of bespoke wall coverings and original 1940s furnishings which can be handled and interacted with.

You can read more about this stand-out piece of work here.


Accent once again exceeded all expectations. The working process was smooth and professional. The Memory Room on Holt Ward is an unusual and exceptional room and is our foremost example of a best patient care environment.

Emma Jarvis, Environmental Arts Co-ordinator

Norfolk & Norwich Hospital Arts

Wall Art

Accent was asked to design and illustrate two pieces of artwork to go on the walls within the hospital. The illustrations represent some of the events and functions organised to raise money and awareness.

The trails from the balloons and the stars include all the names and sponsors who donated and helped raise money for new equipment.

Trust Us

The Environmental Arts at the Norfolk & Norwich University Hospital approached us regarding the Vanguard units they had on site. These units offer a temporary Anaesthetic room, Operating theatre, Recovery room and Ward.

We were asked to produce external information panels to explain what the units do and brighten up the plain wood fencing that surround them.

The panels needed to be appealing, informative and reassuring whilst utilising the Vanguard brand, colour palette and actual photographs of the rooms inside.


We needed the panels to be eye-catching and explain to people what the units are. Accent designed panels that did both of these and organised the installation on time and within our budget. We're really pleased with the panels and service, as always!

Emma Jarvis, Environmental Arts Co-ordinator

Who Was Involved




Accent once again exceeded all expectations. The working process was smooth and professional. [Their] attention to detail was second to none.

Emma Jarvis

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