Student Design Awards 2016 winners

Architects for Health Student Design Awards 2016

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We are pleased to announce this year’s winners:

The GSTT Award

We worked closely with Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust who acted as a proxy client providing information, drawings and guided tours of Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospitals.

Criteria

  • An innovative approach to therapeutic design
  • A sensitivity to the needs of staff and patients/design users
  • Clarity of presentation
  • Considered design response to its physical, social and operational context

There were 6 Nominations from UAL Chelsea and University of Westminster and the Judges were:

  • Pam Bate Hopkins Architects
  • Elizabeth Petrovitch IBI
  • Alex Newman – Burke and David Parks GSTT
  • Paul Murphy and Susan Francis, AFH

WINNER

Tianli Wang DIRT. A series of glass art installations using abstracted images of accumulated weathering, hinting at layers of architectural history and traces of human intervention.

Tianli Wang

UAL Chelsea College of Art, MA Interior Design and Spatial for DIRT. A series of glass art installations using abstracted images of accumulated weathering, hinting at layers of architectural history and traces of human intervention.

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Sara Daaboul University of Westminster, Interior Architecture for The sound of silence, the sound of music  An intriguing idea that introduces music to hospital waiting areas in a way that interacts with patients and visitors: taking them on a musical journey

Sara Daaboul

University of Westminster, Interior Architecture for The sound of silence, the sound of music. An intriguing idea that introduces music to hospital waiting areas in a way that interacts with patients and visitors: taking them on a musical journey.

The Open Award

We encouraged colleges and universities to embed health care into their curriculum; to give exposure to those already engaging in healthcare projects.

Criteria

  • An innovative approach to therapeutic design
  • A sensitivity to the needs of staff and patients/design users
  • Clarity of presentation
  • Considered design response to its physical, social and operational context

There were 11 nominations from 4 schools of Architecture and Interior Architecture, including the AA, The Bartlett, University of Brighton and London South Bank University; and 3 written projects from Liverpool John Moores University. The Judges were:

  • David Lewis NBBJ
  • Paul Monaghan AHMM
  • Paul Murphy and Susan Francis

WINNER

Jerome Ng The Bartlett Unit 6 for Peckham Hospice Care Home A future with tech savvy pensioners ...A hospice as a theatre set, inspired by technology to support life affirming aspirations...with overtones of Terry Gilliam’s Brazil!

Jerome Ng

The Bartlett Unit 6 for Peckham Hospice Care Home. A future with tech savvy pensioners …A hospice as a theatre set, inspired by technology to support life affirming aspirations…with overtones of Terry Gilliam’s Brazil!

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Ada Keco Architectural Association Diploma Unit 13 for The Third Age Farm. Dairy Farming into the Third Age in this integrated care home, complete with Tempietto!

Ada Keco

Architectural Association Diploma Unit 13 for The Third Age Farm. Dairy Farming into the Third Age in this integrated care home, complete with Tempietto!

Best Drawing – WINNER

Kerry, (Hoi Lai) NGAN The Bartlett Unit 6 for Dementia Village: Peckham Horizon. Graphically assured scheme which aims to delight and stir the senses of patients with dementia, with  a series of pavilions embedded in the landscape.

Kerry, (Hoi Lai) NGAN

The Bartlett Unit 6 for Dementia Village: Peckham Horizon. Graphically assured scheme which aims to delight and stir the senses of patients with dementia, with a series of pavilions embedded in the landscape.

Best Concept – WINNER

Salvador Rocha Folque de Mendoca The AA Diploma Unit 13 for Health Highway. A radical intervention to realign emergency services and create a new health pathway – a Healthy Highway – in a tower as a riposte to the ”Paddington Pole”.

Salvador Rocha Folque de Mendóça

The AA Diploma Unit 13 for Health Highway. A radical intervention to realign emergency services and create a new health pathway – a Healthy Highway – in a tower as a riposte to the ”Paddington Pole”.

Judges Special Prize for Architecture – WINNER

Calvin Po The Bartlett for Peckham Health Common. An ambitious programme, superbly illustrated, which mediates the patient journey between community and landscape.

Calvin Po

The Bartlett for Peckham Health Common. An ambitious programme, superbly illustrated, which mediates the patient journey between community and landscape.

Judges Special Prize for Interiors – WINNER

Gemma Maria La Rocca UAL Chelsea College of Art, MA Interior Design and Spatial for Priming Room. An air lock which seeks to decompress stressed clinical staff infers the power of design to positively influence mood through the use of space, light and  materials. It uses technologies are very current now in people's approach to relaxation. Practical. Possible.

Gemma Maria La Rocca

UAL Chelsea College of Art, MA Interior Design and Spatial for Priming Room. An air lock which seeks to decompress stressed clinical staff infers the power of design to positively influence mood through the use of space, light and materials. It uses technologies are very current now in people’s approach to relaxation. Practical. Poss
ible.

Prizes

Winners were rewarded with cash prizes, a chance to exhibit project work at national conferences, complementary AfH membership and an opportunity to discuss their work with others including architectural and design leaders in healthcare.

Acknowledgements

We would like to extend our thanks to all the tutors who have collaborated in the programme including:

Architectural Association Diploma

  • Lily Jenks
  • Alex Scott- Whitby

The Bartlett School of Architecture

  • Paolo Zaide
  • Christine Hawley

Liverpool John Moores University

  • Rob MacDonald

London South Bank University Architecture

  • Catriona Burns
  • Paul Murphy

UAL Chelsea Interior Design and Spatial

  • Ken Wilder
  • Sue Ridge

University of Westminster Interior Architecture

  • Julia Dwyer

University of Brighton Interior Architecture

  • Glen Longden- Thurgood

To the judges and speakers

  • Pam Bate Hopkins Architects
  • Elizabeth Petrovitch IBI
  • David Lewis NBBJ
  • Paul Monaghan and Paul Jones AHMM
  • Alex Julyan Wellcome Trust Fellow

And to Jane Duncan PRIBA for presenting the prizes at our Student seminar in June.

Kindly sponsored by:
Wienerberger