Student Design Awards 2019 winners

We are pleased to announce the winners of the Architects for Health Student Design Awards 2019:

The DIRECTORS Award

Criteria

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

19 Nominations from

  • Arts University Bournemouth
  • Birmingham City University
  • University of Huddersfield

Judges

Andrew McKeown AVANTI Architects, Emma Stockton GOSH

WINNER Luke Reynolds – THE OPEN DOOR

BA (Hons) Interior Architecture Year 1, BIRMINGHAM CITY UNIVERSITY

HIGHLY COMMENDED Lydia Palmer – INTEGRATING TECHNOLOGY THE NEST

BA (Hons) Interior Architecture and Design Year 1, ARTS UNIVERSITY BOURNEMOUTH

The OPEN BA Award

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

14 Nominations from

  • Falmouth University
  • Heriot-Watt University
  • KLC School of Design
  • London Metropolitan University
  • Middlesex University

Judges

Richard Blackwell AHMM Architects, Elizabeth Petrovitch IBI GROUP, Mark Rowe PENOYRE and PRASAD, James Thomas AHMM Architects

WINNER Nina Jones – OMMA DWELLINGS

BA (Hons) Architecture Year 3, FALMOUTH UNIVERSITY

HIGHLY COMMENDED Jessica Everall – TRURO EXERCISE MULTI-GENERATIONAL LIVING

BA (Hons) Architecture Year 3, FALMOUTH UNIVERSITY

The OPEN MA Award

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

7 Nominations from

  • London Metropolitan University
  • University of Huddersfield

Judges

Pam Bate HOPKINS Architects, Colin Boylan HKS Architects, Gary Toon SONNEMANN TOON Architects

WINNER Niza Nyimbili – PASAJE FRONTERA

MArch RIBA Part 2, UNIVERSITY OF HUDDERSFIELD

HIGHLY COMMENDED Matthew Wall – THE ASMR COMPOSER

MArch RIBA Part 2, UNIVERSITY OF HUDDERSFIELD

Best Concept Award

Georgia Barton CONNECTED – A THERAPEUTIC HOTEL AND CAFÉ

BA (Hons) Interior Design Year 3, MIDDLESEX UNIVERSITY

Best Drawing Award

Caitlin Bell RODING RIVER GARDEN: CONNECTING COMMUNITIES AND PROMOTING HEALTHY LIFESTYLES

MArch RIBA Part 2, LONDON METROPOLITAN UNIVERSITY

Judges Special Award for Collaboration

Long View Studio DESIGN PROPOSAL FOR EVITT AND CATHCART WARDS

Dip Project Brief ID5.4 Foundation, KLC SCHOOL OF DESIGN

Susan Francis Award for Art and Architecture

Jessica Phillips THE DOYENNE OF BARKING

MArch RIBA Part 2, LONDON METROPOLITAN UNIVERSITY