Teulada Moraira and the Ugly MC decorate the pediatric wards of Hospital La Fe thanks to their donations

The new image of hospital stays has been possible thanks to the 'Ugly Day' charity event, held by the biker club in the town
The mayor of Teulada Moiraira, members of the Ugly MC and health personnel seeing the result of the setting / Teulada Town Hall

The mayor of Teulada Moraira, Raúl Llobell; the Councilor for Childhood and Adolescence, Verónica Martínez; representatives of the ugly MC; and study representatives Barreira Art+Design; they visited the Hospital of the Faith of Valencia to see the result of the new decorations made by the studio in the pediatric hospitalization wards 'Pediatrics Older than Four Years' and 'Pediatric Surgery', towers E and F respectively.

The new image of hospital stays has been possible thanks to the charity act ugly day, held by the Ugly MC biker club in Teulada Moraira last November, a massive event that is expected to be repeated in the coming years for different solidarity purposes. The mayor of the municipality thanked "everyone who has made it possible for this project to become a reality."

“The best reward from this social work is to see that we have been able to turn a hospital space into a welcoming, colorful place that allows children to interact with it. A gratifying way to bring smiles to those who need it most”, Llobell pointed out.

The first of the settings, located in Tower E, has been inspired by creating spaces through which patients can leave the hospital and escape from the environment that surrounds them. “Windows to the World” is a vinyl project with the 'Paper Cut' technique. A technique that creates a three-dimensional sensation in the drawings and gives the different decorations from different parts of the world depth.

For the second room, located in tower F, thought has been given to the wood land project, an atmosphere inspired by folk tales of the five continents. Why the sun and the moon live in the sky African folk tale; the green pig from America; momotaro, the peach boy from Asia; The Leprechuan's Gold from Europe and the dream time Oceanian; These are the five stories that boys and girls will be able to discover during their stay. In this way, the aim is to bring graphic and cultural diversity to the design.

interactive setting

These spaces will have an interactive part with augmented reality. Through QR codes, patients in the "Windows to the World" project will be able to discover the movement and sound of those places towards which the window opens.

In the 'WoodLand' project, a fantasy world is discovered by reading QR codes. These will allow the little ones to listen and get to know these popular tales loaded with positive messages.


La Fe Pediatric Hospitalization

During the past year, more than 2,000 minors passed through the hospitalization rooms of Tower E and F of the Hospital Universitari i Politècnic La Fe.

Specifically, in tower E, in 2021, 998 patients over the age of four who required assistance from general pediatrics, neuropediatrics, infectious pediatrics, children's endocrine, children's digestive, metabulopathies, pneumology, cardiology, rheumatology, hematology, nephrology or psychiatry were admitted.

For its part, in Tower F dedicated to pediatric surgery, 1,123 patients were admitted who underwent general surgery, neurosurgery, traumatology, urology, maxillofacial otorhinolaryngology, ophthalmology and plastic surgery.

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