Presentations taking place online for European Healthcare Design Awards
Tenderstream members shortlisted in Future Healthcare category
Tenderstream members Schmidt Hammer Lassen and 3XN are among the architectural firms with projects on the official shortlist for the European Healthcare Design Awards 2023. The awards caught the interest of architects, healthcare leaders, academic researchers and innovative solutions providers from all over the globe, resulting in a high standard of entries.
Live webinar presentations and judging of the shortlisted categories are taking place on SALUS TV, ahead of the announcement of the winners at the closing ceremony of the European Healthcare Design 2023 Congress on 13 June at The Royal College of Physicians, London. This underpins the transparency of the judging process and offers attendees greater insight into the winning projects and the award decisions. Attendees will be able to comment and pose their own questions to the shortlisted projects through the live chat.
Both 3XN and Schmidt Hammer Lassen are shortlisted in the Future Healthcare Design category, which recognises projects that can demonstrate the potential for outstanding outcomes in masterplanning, place making, wellness, pandemic preparedness and sustainable development.. The judging session webinar will take place today, 16 May, at 2pm CEST, and is accessible here
Schmidt Hammer Lassen reached the shortlist with the firm’s design for Leeds General Infirmary, created with Perkins & Will. Patient care and a focus on flexibility guided the design of the development, which supports health and social activities with its green terraces, great views, and playful spaces as part of a user-oriented design.
3XN is recognised with the design for Mary Elizabeth’s Hospital, Copenhagen, created in collaboration with Arkitema, Niras, and Kristine Jensens Tegnestue. Dedicated to to children, young people and pregnant women, the hospital brings disparate departments together in a single structure, ensuring privacy and access to light and greenery, while reducing the distance patients need to travel to their appointments.
Tenderstream Head of Research