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First look at new RAH art

A selection of the artwork integrated into the design of the new Royal Adelaide Hospital, due for completion next year.

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InDaily recently toured the site of the new RAH to view the art which has been installed – read more about the works and how they were selected in this story.

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Photography by members of Foto5 in the In Patient Unit. Photo: Nat Rogers/InDaily

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Detail of Annalise Rees' nature-inspired graphics in the new RAH lift lobbies. Photo: Nat Rogers/InDaily

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Detail of Annalise Rees' nature-inspired graphics. Photo: Nat Rogers/InDaily

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Facade graphics have been created by artists Deb Jones, Christine Cholewa and Rachel Harris. Photo: Nat Rogers/InDaily

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Photography by members of Foto5 in the IPU. Photo: Nat Rogers/InDaily

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Courtyard sculpture Bowerbird, by Ian Hamilton and John Hayward. Photo: Nat Rogers/InDaily

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Installation of the Bowerbird sculpture. Photo: supplied

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Lift lobby artwork by Annalise Rees. Photo: supplied

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Laura Wills' paintings, created over old maps, are featured in rooms in the mental health unit. Photo: supplied

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Details of Laura Wills' paintings are repeated at the entrance to rooms. Photo: supplied

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Sue Ninham's watercolours, transferred onto film and then glass, in the cancer day treatment area. Photo: Nat Rogers/InDaily

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Inspired by the Flinders Ranges - Sue Ninham's glass panels. Photo: Nat Rogers/InDaily

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Facade graphics have been created by artists Deb Jones, Christine Cholewa and Rachel Harris. Photo: Nat Rogers/InDaily

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