IIDA Announces Healthcare Interior Design Best of Competition Winner

November 22, 2017

The International Interior Design Association has announced EwingCole as the Best of Competition winner of the 2017 Healthcare Interior Design Competition for the Brandywine Valley Specialty Care and Ambulatory Surgery Center in Glen Mills, Pennsylvania. This competition honors and celebrates outstanding originality and excellence in the design and furnishings of healthcare interior spaces.

“Designing unique and welcoming healthcare spaces can be a challenge, and EwingCole’s design team rose to the occasion by creating an innovative space for healing that feels intuitive, warm and inspired, while maintaining simplicity and elegance,” said IIDA Executive Vice President and CEO Cheryl S. Durst, Hon. FIIDA, LEED AP.

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 Brandywine Valley Specialty Care and Ambulatory Surgery Center feels inviting and playful, yet restrained, appealing to patients of all ages—a difficult balance to achieve in a healthcare setting,” said Herriott on behalf of the jury.

See the latest posts on our homepage


Topic Area: Press Release

Recent Posts
Recent Posts
Focus: Security

Union says VA facilities should have armed security

The 600 officers protecting VA campuses in California are unarmed


Focus: Technology

Drone has eyes on hospital project

Illinois healthcare facility uses drone to help manage 65-acre construction site


Nurse shortages and crowded wards could reverse infection prevention progress

Antibiotic Research UK said the bed occupancy at NHS hospitals make the spread of bacterial infections more likely


Focus: HVAC

Maximizing cooling tower technology for HVAC, power and industrial applications

New technology advancements provide up to 50 percent more cooling capacity, greater energy and installation savings, fewer components and easier maintenance


Infected previous bed occupants, roommates increase HAI risk

Odds of infected patients having been exposed to a roommate with the same organism were 4.82 times


Post Comment


• News and Updates
• Webcast Alerts
• Building Technologies

All fields are required.