The American Institute of Architects Academy of Architecture for Health has revealed the winners of its 2022 Healthcare Design Awards. The honors “showcase the best of healthcare building design, healthcare planning, and healthcare design-oriented research,” according to the AIA website.
Selected by a six-person jury, this year’s winners include seven projects across four categories: built projects with a construction cost under $25 million; built projects with a construction cost above $25 million; renovated or remodeled projects; and unbuilt projects. All awardees incorporate sustainability principles while addressing "aesthetic, civic, urban, and social problems," an AIA press release states.
The jury for the 2022 Healthcare Design Awards comprised chair Mara Baum, FAIA, Dialog Architects in San Francisco; Ellen Bailey Dickson, FAIA, Bailey Edward in Chicago; Susan Chin, FAIA, DesignConnects in New York; Gary Hamilton, WSP in New York; Yen Ong, AIA, 5G Studio Collaborative in Dallas; and Ellen Taylor, AIA, The Center for Health Design in New York.
Category A: Construction Cost Under $25 Million
Rural Ortho Clinic, in Ceaderburg, Wis., by Johnsen Schmaling Architects
Category B: Construction Cost Above $25 Million
Center for Health & Wellbeing, in Winter Park, Fla., by Duda|Paine Architects
Category C: Renovation or Remodeling
Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, in Chestnut Hill, Mass., by Payette
UCSF Connie Frank Transplant Center, in San Francisco, by NBBJ
Category D: Unbuilt
Kyabirwa Surgical Center Ward, in Jinja, Uganda, by GKG
Montage Health Ohana Center, in Monterey, Calif., by NBBJ
Uganda Women’s and Children’s Clinic, in Mityana, Uganda, by LS3P
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