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ART AND ARCHITECTURE 11 September 6 – 8.30pm London
Short TOUR through parts of Guy’s Hospital to see old and new art installations followed by a PERFORMANCE at the Old Operating Theatre
Continuing our successful and popular series on healthcare art and architecture, we are offering an exclusive evening that includes a walking tour through selected areas of Guy’s Hospital followed by a re-enactment and talk in the Old Operating Theatre and a chance to look around the Museum.
Book your place now by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
AfH REGIONAL EVENT IN NW
This year’s Regional Event took place in the North West of England where we reviewed new proposals and buildings under construction for acute hospital, cancer and mental health services in and around Manchester and Liverpool
The three themes that stood out in all the presentations were
- The relationship of health buildings to their immediate and neighbourhood context
- Quality of design for all the people who use the health buildings
- The relationship of the designer both to those who will use and also those who build the hospital
AfH Members Annual Exhibition and Design Awards 2014
Deadline extended to 15 August .
The exhibition of entries will be launched at IHEEM on 7th October with prizes awarded at a special reception near our Exhibition Stand. For the first time, we have introduced two categories of design awards: built and unbuilt.
The New Phil Gusack Essay Prize with the RIBA Journal
Fancy writing something provocative about healthcare design?
Register your interest now and submit 2000 words by 1 September 2014.
Together with a generous monetary prize, the winner will have their essay published in full, within the RIBAJ and on the AfH website. Phil was a long time supporter of Architects for Health, and chief ‘agent provocteur’ during many lively debates. It is this essence of Phil, which we wish to be captured within the written submissions for this Inaugural Prize.
To register your interest email email@example.com
AJ Architecture tomorrow- extended deadline 11 July
The exhibition will take place at MIPIM UK this October. This is the first time that this international client-based show has come to London, and the AJ has launched the Architecture Tomorrow idea in order to allow practices to show clients, both UK and overseas, their current range of work. In the first instance, all that’s needed are some images and a short text, which can be submitted (by category) electronically and is FREE OF CHARGE.?If one of your projects is selected to be exhibited, there will be a charge of £1,500 to cover the cost of mounting the exhibition; for this you will also be included in a printed AJ supplement/catalogue, and featured on the AJ website along with a free pass to attend MIPIM UK.??
Read more www.at.architectsjournal.co.uk