Made Well

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  • Installation
Photograph of items in an exhibition display, created as part of the RawMinds Made Well project.

Explore how 3D flat-pack technology can respond to the needs of refugees arriving at and living in refugee camps.

A group of young people, responding to the mission and construction of the Global Clinic, were challenged to design products that would support the health and wellbeing of refugees.

Whether storage solutions for records and medicines, a trolley to transport supplies, crutch splints, or creative activities, all of the products had to use the same flat-pack technology and often the offcuts from the clinic itself.

See their sketches, scale drawings, models and prototypes and listen to an interview with Ellen Waters from Doctors of the World about what it’s like to live and work in a refugee camp.

Visit us

Free admission

Galleries open Tuesday–Sunday, Opening times

Gallery 2, level 1

Step-free access is available to all floors of the building

Large-print guides, transcripts and magnifiers are available in the gallery