Architects for Health Student Design Awards 2017
The AfH Student Design Awards challenge students of architecture and design to explore innovative and compassionate design for health and social care settings.
The AfH Student Design Award is an annual design competition for students and 2017 marks our 10th year. As well as promoting good design, AfH is also committed to encouraging the next generation to remain passionate about the quality of design for health and social care settings.
Our goal is to celebrate the opportunities in health and social care for innovation and experimentation and to bring together students from different disciplines to share fresh thinking. This year we are especially keen to encourage students in UK and international architecture and design schools to engage including courses in public art, landscape design, interior design and architecture. This year we will also invite recent graduates in member practices to submit a project completed in college as part of their recent portfolio.
We collaborate with schools of architecture and design through both a London based project and Open Award. In London, we work closely with Hospital Trusts (eg Guy’s and St Thomas’s NHS Trust and Great Ormond Street Hospital NHS Trust) who act as proxy clients, to support the London project that encompasses both their hospital and community sites.
For a brief outline of the Students Awards programme for 2017 please download this PDF
To find out more information about the AfH Student Awards please contact us.