EHD2020 Awards: Shortlist announced

The official shortlist for the European Healthcare Design Awards 2020 has been announced, following a highly contested competition and intensive judging process.

 

The awards, supported by lead sponsor IHP, celebrate and recognise professional excellence in the design of healthcare environments both in Europe and around the world. They caught the interest of architects, healthcare leaders, academic researchers and innovative solutions providers from all over the globe, and the very high standard of entries received meant the judges had an unenviable task in whittling them down to a final shortlist. undefined - undefined

 

Comprising organisations and project teams in the running for ten awards across primary, community, secondary and tertiary levels of international healthcare provision and delivery, the shortlist is as follows:

 

Healthcare Design (Over 25,000 sqm)

• Blacktown Hospital Acute Services Building, Australia

Commissioned by New South Wales Health Infrastructure; Designed by Jacobs

• National Centre for Infectious Diseases, Singapore

Commissioned by MOH Holdings; Designed by CPG Consultants

 

Judges: Kate Copeland, Australian Health Design Council, Australia; Simon Kydd, WSP, UK; Bill Hercules, WJH Health, USA

 

Healthcare Design (Under 25,000 sqm)

• The Ark, Noah’s Ark Children’s Hospice, UK

Commissioned by Noah’s Ark Children’s Hospice; Designed by Squire & Partners

• University of Cincinnati Gardner Neuroscience Institute, USA

Commissioned by University of Cincinnati Health; Designed by Perkins & Will

• Zayed Centre for Research into Rare Disease in Children, UK

Commissioned by Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity and Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children NHS Foundation Trust; Designed by Stanton Williams Architects

 

Judges: Liesbeth van Heel, Erasmus MC, Netherlands; Coen van den Wijngaart, archipelago architects, Belgium; Christine Chadwick, Cannon Design, Canada

 

Health and Life Sciences Research

• German Cancer Research Centre Heidelberg, Research & Development Centre for Imaging & Radio-oncology, Germany

Commissioned by German Cancer Research Centre Heidelberg Foundation;

Designed by Heinle, Wischer und Partner, Freie Architekten

• University of Cincinnati Gardner Neuroscience Institute, USA

Commissioned by University of Cincinnati Health; Designed by Perkins & Will

• Zayed Centre for Research into Rare Disease in Children, UK

Commissioned by Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity and Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children NHS Foundation Trust; Designed by Stanton Williams Architects

 

Judges: David Powell, Velindre Cancer Centre / Alder Hey Children’s NHS FT, UK; Karin Imoberdorf, Lead Consultants, Switzerland; Tye Farrow, Farrow Partners, Canada

 

Mental Health Design

• Belfast Acute Mental Health Inpatient Hospital, UK

Commissioned by Belfast Health and Social Care Trust; Designed by RPP Architects

• Thomas Embling Hospital – Secure Psychiatric Intensive Care Unit (SPICU), Australia

Commissioned by Victoria Health and Human Services Building Authority; Masterplanning by MAAP Architects and Design Inc; Designed by MAAP Architects and Design Inc

 

Judges: Alice Liang, Montgomery Sisam, Canada; Brenda Bush-Moline, Stantec, USA; Marte Lauvsnes, Sykehusbygg, Norway

 

Design for Adaptation and Transformation

Kantor Centre of Excellence: The Anna Freud Centre and The

Pears Family School, UK

Commissioned by Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families; Designed by Penoyre & Prasad

• National Centre for Infectious Diseases (NCID) & Ng Teng Fong

Centre for Healthcare Innovation (CHI), Singapore

Commissioned by MOH Holdings; Designed by CPG Consultants

• Värnamo Hospital, Operation and ICU Clinic, Sweden

Commissioned by Regionfastigheter, Region Jönköpings län; Designed by White arkitekter

 

Judges: Jim Chapman, Manchester School of Architecture, UK; Jane McElroy, NBBJ, UK; Chris Shaw, Medical Architecture, UK

 

Design for Health and Wellness

• Greenwood Centre, UK

Commissioned by London Borough of Camden; Designed by AHR

• The Prince and Princess of Wales Hospice, UK

Commissioned by The Prince and Princess of Wales Hospice; Designed by Ryder Architecture

• Sint Maartenskliniek, Netherlands

Commissioned by Sint Maartenskliniek; Designed by EGM architects

• Zayed Centre for Research into Rare Disease in Children, UK

Commissioned by Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity and Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children NHS Foundation Trust; Designed by Stanton Williams Architects

 

Judges: Dr Liz Paslawsky, SALUS Global Knowledge Exchange, Australia; Eve Edelstein, Perkins & Will, USA; Jonathan Wilson, GB Partnerships, UK

 

Interior Design and Arts

• MUSC Shawn Jenkins Children’s Hospital and Pearl Tourville Women’s Pavilion, USA

Commissioned by Medical University of South Carolina Health; Designed by Perkins & Will

• The Prince and Princess of Wales Hospice, UK

Commissioned by The Prince and Princess of Wales Hospice; Designed by Ryder Architecture

• Zayed Centre for Research into Rare Disease in Children, UK

Commissioned by Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity and Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children NHS Foundation Trust; Designed by Stanton Williams Architects

 

Judges: Alexandra Coulter, Arts & Health South West, UK; Femke Feenstra, Gortemaker Algra Feenstra, Netherlands; Charlotte Ruben, White arkitekter, Sweden

 

Future Healthcare Design

• Expansion University Hospital, Germany

Commissioned by ukafacilities; Designed by HENN and CF Møller Architects

• Redemption Hospital: Caldwell, Liberia

Commissioned by Liberian Ministry of Health and The World Bank; Designed by MASS Design Group

 

Judges: Cliff Harvey, Union of International Architects’ Public Health Group,

Canada; Hank Adams, HDR, USA; Paul Bell, Ryder Architecture, UK

 

Design Innovation for Quality Improvement

• Operating Room 4.0 (OR4.0), Spain

Commissioned by European Commission EASME; Designed by Mysphera

• Sensory Lighting technology reducing patient stress and anxiety in the healing environment, UK

Commissioned by Barnsley Hospital NHS Trust; Designed by Visualite

 

Judges: Jonathan West, Helen Hamlyn Centre for Design, Royal College of Art, UK; Phil Wade, Phil Wade Business Consulting, UK; Danny Gibson, MJ Medical, UK

 

Design Research

The shortlist for Design Research will be announced at a later date, prior to EHD 2020.

 

Judges: Jonathan Erskine, European Health Property Network, UK; Goran Lindahl, Chalmers, Sweden / Tampere Technical University, Finland

 

The awards, which are organised by Architects for Health and SALUS Global Knowledge Exchange, will be presented virtually during the European Healthcare Design 2020 Congress & Exhibition, which will take place digitally in the week 14-18 September. It is intended that the awards will contribute towards the development of knowledge and standards in the design of healthcare environments around the world.

 

The awards evaluation committee features international researchers, practitioners and policy advisors, who bring specialist multidisciplinary expertise to the specific categories they have been invited to judge.

 

The shortlist and winner of each award are determined by a category chair, supported by two other judges with proven expertise in their field. This robust evaluation methodology ensures a balanced and transparent decision-making process.