The Art of Healing: Johns Hopkins Hospital by Perkins + Will

In the connector between the towers of a Perkins + Will building at the Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, Parallax Knots acrylics on canvas by Thomas Burke punctuate a wall of Greek marble. Photography: Keith Weller/ Johns Hopkins Medicine.

Lionni’s Pezzettino in acrylic on canvas was inspired by a children’s book of the same name, written by his grandfather. Photography: John Dean.

One tower, the Charlotte R. Bloomberg Children's Center, has its own two-level lobby. Photography: Eduard Hueber/Arch Photo.

Robert Israel’s School of Puffer Fish in painted fiberglass swims above the stair in the children’s lobby. Photography: Eduard Hueber/Arch Photo.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE Robert Israel’s School of Puffer Fish in painted fiberglass swims above the stair in the children’s lobby. Photography by John Dean.

Ganged seating in the children’s emergency room is a Nanna Ditzel design for a Danish airport. Photography: Eduard Hueber/ArchPhoto.

An artist, Spencer Finch, helped design the curtain wall sections. Photography: Eduard Hueber/Arch Photo.

On the bridge between the children’s center and the garage, a custom welcome desk in solid-surfacing is topped by Sylvan Lionni’s acrylic painting on board. Photography: Keith Weller/Johns Hopkins Medicine.

On the bridge between the children’s center and the garage, a custom welcome desk in solid-surfacing is topped by Sylvan Lionni’s acrylic painting on board. Photography: Keith Weller/Johns Hopkins Medicine.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE Thousands of white strokes resembling snow are fused onto the atrium's curtain wall by Spencer Finch. Photography by Paul Warchol.

Kathy Butterly’s ceramic sculpture on an information desk in the Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan Tower for adults. Photography: Keith Weller/Johns Hopkins Medicine.

The ceramic frit pattern on the curtain wall. Photography: Paul Warchol.

Polly Apfelbaum’s Color Field Notes prints. Photography: Eduard Hueber/Arch Photo.

Fabio Novembre’s bench in the children’s lobby. Photography: Keith Weller/Johns Hopkins Medicine.

A 3-foot-tall painted aluminum egg by Israel. Photography: Keith Weller/Johns Hopkins Medicine.

The exterior of the Johns Hopkins Hospital by Perkins + Will.

A welcome desk’s Hermine Ford work in ink, graphite, and gouache on paper. Photography: Keith Weller/Johns Hopkins Medicine.

A playroom features Verner Panton chairs and rubber flooring. Photography: Eduard Hueber/Arch Photo.

Harri Korhonen designed the sofas in the lobby of the adults’ tower. Photography: Eduard Hueber/Arch Photo.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE Harri Korhonen designed the sofas in the lobby of the adults’ tower. Hermine Ford, Untitled, Ink, graphite and gouache on paper under glass tabletop. Photography by Eduard Hueber/Arch Photo.

In the children’s lobby, Israel’s Ostrich in painted fiberglass and aluminum struts toward his Cow Jumping Over the 28 Phases of the Moon in painted fiberglass and steel. Photography: Eduard Hueber/Arch Photo.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE The reception desk in the children’s lobby is surveyed by Israel's Cow Jumping Over the 28 Phases of the Moon in painted fiberglass and steel. Photography by Keith Weller.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE Another view of Israel's Cow Jumping Over the 28 Phases of the Moon in painted fiberglass and steel. Photography by Clayton Allis.

Wolfgang C.R. Mezger’s upholstered seating furnishes a children’s waiting room in a Perkins + Will building at the Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore. Photo by Eduard Hueber/Arch Photo.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE The atrium glass's fused white strokes are visible through the library. Photography by Eduard Hueber/Arch Photo.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE Jennifer Strunge's Kitties vitrine in the Bloomberg Children's Center Elevator Lobby serves as a way-finding device. Photography by John Dean.

Robert Israel’s Pair? of Rhinos in painted steel stands near the children’s emergency entry. Photography by Eduard Hueber/Arch Photo.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE Robert Israel’s Pair? of Rhinos in painted steel stands near the children’s emergency entry. Photography by Keith Weller.

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