The Christie NHS Foundation Trust Hospital in Manchester has an outdoor site for a Tree of Hope in a garden in the centre of the building, visible through glass walls on three sides.

To brief us, they took a photograph of the wall to be used and with a felt-tip pen, drew a sketch of what they had in mind (bottom left). Our designers then turned this into working diagrams (bottom right and left) for approval. The final tree was then manufactured as shown (upper left).

Each leaf is used to recognize the names of people whose family and friends have raised more than 15,000 for The Christie.