IIDA Unveils Winners of 6th Annual Healthcare Interior Design Competition

October 25, 2017

The International Interior Design Association announces the winners of the 2017 Healthcare Interior Design Competition. This competition honors and celebrates outstanding originality and excellence in the design and furnishings of healthcare interior spaces.

 

“Commercial interior designers play a critical role in the healthcare industry, providing Evidence-Based solutions that contribute to positive patient outcomes and the well-being of caregivers and healthcare employees,” said IIDA Executive Vice President and CEO Cheryl S. Durst, Hon. FIIDA, LEED AP. “This year’s winners exemplify exceptional healthcare design that puts patients and their caregivers at ease while creating positive, healing environments.”

The jury panel reviewing this year’s competition included Carol Doering, IIDA, AAHID, CID, LEED AP, healthcare lead, IA Interior Architects; Lisa Herriott, IIDA, LEED AP ID+C, interior designer, project manager, UW Medicine | Harborview Medical Center and Tiana Lemons, IIDA, NCIDQ, EDAC, healthcare studio leader, orcutt | winslow.

The jury was impressed by the caliber of submissions to this year’s competition. “In healthcare facilities, offering a welcoming, yet professional environment requires a balance of design elements. The winning entries all showcased inviting, warm spaces designed to evoke feelings of calm and comfort,” said Doering.

Category winners of the 2017 Healthcare Interior Design Competition are:

Ambulatory – Ambulatory Surgery Center
Project: Bascom Palmer Eye Institute at Naples, Naples, Fla.
Firm: Gresham, Smith and Partners, Nashville, Tenn.

Project: Memorial Sloan Kettering – Josie Robertson Surgery Center, New York, N.Y.
Firm: Perkins Eastman, New York, N.Y.

Ambulatory – Cancer Center
Project: Memorial Sloan Kettering Monmouth, Middletown, N.J.
Firm: Perkins+Will, New York, N.Y.

Project: Cleveland Clinic Taussig Cancer Center, Cleveland, Ohio
Firm: Stantec Architecture, San Francisco, Calif.

Ambulatory – Pediatric
Project: Brandywine Valley Specialty Care and Ambulatory Surgery Center, Glen Mills, Pa.
Firm: EwingCole, Philadelphia, Pa.

Project: Stanford Children’s Health Specialty Services, Sunnyvale, Calif.
Firm: HOK, San Francisco, Calif.

Ambulatory – Specialty Clinic
Project: Kaiser Permanente Roseville Behavioral Health, Roseville, Calif.
Firm: Lionakis, Sacramento, Calif.

Project: UCSF Ambulatory Care Center 5, Heart & Vascular Clinic, San Francisco, Calif.
Firm: Taylor Design, Irvine, Calif.

Ambulatory – Urgent Care Center
Project: Indigo Urgent Care Clinics, Tacoma, Wash.
Firm: BCRA, Inc., Tacoma, Wash.

Extended Care & Assisted Living Facilities – Long Term Care
Project: Sun City Kobe, Kobe, Japan
Firm: BAMO, San Francisco, Calif.

Project: Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium – Patient Housing, Anchorage, Alaska
Firm: KPB Architects, Anchorage, Alaska

Extended Care & Assisted Living Facilities – Skilled Nursing Facility
Project: The Mooring on Foreside, Cumberland, Maine
Firm: Gawron Turgeon Architects, Scarborough, Maine

Project: Evergreen Homeland, Shanghai, China
Firm: Robarts Spaces, Beijing, China

Extended Care & Assisted Living Facilities – Mental Health
Project: The Burnham Family Memory Care Residence at Avery Heights, Hartford, Conn.
Firm: Amenta Emma Architects, Hartford, Conn.

Hospitals – Academic/Teaching Hospitals
Project: Shirley Ryan AbilityLab, Chicago, Ill.
Firm: HDR | Gensler in association with CWa, Chicago, Ill.

Project: The Bone & Joint Institute at Hartford Hospital, Hartford, Conn.
Firm: HDR and Perkins+Will, New York, N.Y.

Hospitals – Community
Project: Erlanger Health System East Campus Addition and Renovation, Chattanooga, Tenn.
Firm: HKS, Inc., Atlanta, Ga.

Project: UC San Diego, Jacobs Medical Center, La Jolla, Calif.
Firm: Yazdani Studio of CannonDesign, Los Angeles, Calif.

Hospitals – Pediatric
Project: Texas Children’s Hospital The Woodlands, The Woodlands, Texas
Firm: FKP, Houston, Texas

Project: Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, Medical Behavioral Unit, Philadelphia, Pa.
Firm: ZGF Architects LLP, New York, N.Y.

Hospitals – Psychiatric
Project: MultiCare Health System Adolescent Behavioral Health at Tacoma General Hospital, Tacoma, Wash.
Firm: Clark/Kjos Architects, Portland, Ore.

Hospitals – Women’s
Project: Natural Birth Unit at University Hospital HM Nuevo Belén, Madrid, Spain
Firm: Parra-Müller Arquitectura de Maternidades, Madrid, Spain

Project: GAGUA CLINIC – Maternity Hospital, Tbilisi, Georgia.
Firm: Tsutskiridze + Architects, Tbilisi, Georgia.

This year’s competition also featured the first Transformation and Innovation Award, which recognizes a project leading the industry and advancing healthcare outcomes. Parra-Müller Arquitectura de Maternidades in Madrid, Spain, was presented with the Transformation and Innovation Award for the Natural Birth Unit at University Hospital HM Nuevo Belén project in Madrid, Spain.

The Best of Competition winner will be announced and all winners will be celebrated at an awards reception on Monday, Nov. 6, in the IDEA Studio at IIDA Headquarters in Chicago, Illinois. Winning projects are featured on the IIDA website.

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