2020 IIDA Healthcare Design Awards
獎項介紹 AWARD INTRO :
參賽要求 QUALIFICATION :
全球範圍內合法的設計從業人員均可參加，設計項目必須在2018年6月之後完成。（ 概唸作品不可申報 ）。
Healthcare Design Awards
This competition honors and celebrates outstanding originality and excellence in the design and furnishings of healthcare interior spaces.
Submissions open: July 31, 2020
Submissions close: September 17, 2020
Winning projects are featured in Healthcare Design Magazine*, on the IIDA website and social media, featured in the official competition press release, the digital winners brochure, and celebrated at a special award winners’ ceremony.
Winners will receive an official winner’s logo and marketing kit to promote their win.
*In the event that a previously published entry is selected as the winner, Healthcare Design reserves the right not to republish the project.
For more information and to be added to the notification list for this competition, please contact Clare Socker at email@example.com.
IIDA Designer Dialogue
The IIDA Designer Dialogue series delves into the interior design process with the Best of Competition winner of the IIDA Healthcare Design Awards.
The Florida Hospital for Women designed by VOA, now Stantec, won the Best of Competition award in the 2016 competition. Learn about the inspiration behind the hospital’s design and more.
Featured project: 2018 Hospitals-Pediatric Category winner, The Elsie & Marvin Dekelboum Family Foundation Molecular Imaging Center by HGA.
Healthcare Design Awards Guidelines
Who Should Enter
Any design professional practicing legally in their jurisdiction may submit design project( s ). This competition is open to participants worldwide. The design projects must have been completed in or after June 2018.
PROJECT DESCRIPTION: A brief project summary to assist the jurors in their review of your project ( 50-word maximum )
CHALLENGE STATEMENT: A description of your project’s design challenge ( 250-word maximum )
SOLUTION STATEMENT: A description of specific solutions to the design challenges, such as: originality, suitability of the design to the project challenges, successful incorporation of interior finishes and furnishings, benefits to the client, etc. ( 250-word maximum )
IMAGES: 7 – 10 color images ( JPEG under 2MB ) of your completed project. Only one exterior image is permitted. A caption may be added ( 50-word maximum )
- Conceptual renderings will not be accepted.
- Do not reference or include your design/architectural firm name/logo in the images.
- Images may be edited to improve contrast ratio, color balance, and composition through cropping.
- Images may not be edited to add, remove, or alter any aspect or element of the project including its context. Images should represent the project as it exists in the built environment.
- Only one exterior image is permitted.
- Composite images are not recommended – only one photograph per image upload.
- File types accepted include JPG and JPEG, under 2MB each.
- Please use numbers to name your image files, in order of uploads ( 01, 02, 03, etc ).
FLOOR PLANS: 1 – 3 floor plans ( JPEG under 2MB ). Please use the following format to name your floor plans: “floorplan1, floorplan2, floorplan3.”
ENTRY FEE: The cost to enter is $275 USD per entry for IIDA Members, and $375 USD per entry for non-IIDA members. You will be prompted to submit payment with a credit card after completing your entry. Contact Clare Socker at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on applying for IIDA Membership to take advantage of the member rate.
Projects must be submitted in one of the 14 categories below. Categories may be renamed, consolidated, or eliminated ( and projects reclassified ) at the discretion of IIDA and/or the jurors.
- Specialty Clinic
- Cancer Center
- Ambulatory Surgery Center
- Urgent Care Center
- Academic/Teaching Hospitals
- Extended Care & Assisted Living Facilities
- Skilled Nursing Facility
- Mental Health
- Long-term Care
- Hospice/Palliative Care
All projects are eligible for the Transformation and Innovation Award, which recognizes a project that is leading the industry and advancing healthcare outcomes.
The winning design projects are chosen by a jury of design professionals. Submissions are judged for suitability of design to the project challenge, originality of the design solution, and the successful integration of interior finishes and furnishings. The jury reserves the right to not select a winner from the entries submitted.