AIA Recognizes Seven Projects with Healthcare Design Awards

The American Institute of Architects (AIA) Academy of Architecture for Health (AAH) has recognized seven projects with its Healthcare Design Awards for designs that help solve aesthetic, civic, urban and social problems while also being functional and sustainable.

Details for each of the awarded projects are available online.

AIA/AAH bestows the awards annually for leading healthcare building design, healthcare planning and healthcare design-oriented research. The seven projects were honored at the AIA AAH/ACHA Summer Leadership Summit in Chicago. Projects were awarded by the seven-member jury in the following categories.

Category A Built represents a project with a construction cost that was less than $25 million:

  • Story County Medical Center Outpatient Unit Expansion, Nevada, Iowa, INVISION Architecture
  • Maggie’s Centre Barts, London, United Kingdom, Steven Holl Architects; Associate Architect: jmarchitects

Category B Built represents a project with a construction cost that was more than $25 million:

  • Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Stanford, Palo Alto, Calif., Perkins+Will and HGA Architects and Planners
  • Memorial Sloan Kettering Monmouth, Monmouth, N.J., Perkins+Will
  • Cedars Sinai Advanced Health Sciences Pavilion, Los Angeles, HOK

Category C Renovations/Remodels represents a project primarily built within an existing hospital or clinical space or the adaptive reuse of an existing building to a healthcare use:

  • Cedars-Sinai, Playa Vista Physician Office & Urgent Care, Playa Vista, Calif., ZGF Architects LLP

Category D Unbuilt represents a project commissioned for compensation by a client with the authority and intention to build:

  • Eastside Health Clinic, Portland, Ore., Ankrom Moisan Architects

Visit the AIA website for more information on the AIA/AAH Healthcare Design Awards.

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