Enter now! Landscape Architecture for Healthcare Communities awards

Smilow Cancer Hospital healing garden

The stream at Yale-New Haven’s Smilow Cancer Hospital. Design by Towers Golde. Photo by Naomi Sachs

2013 was a momentous year for landscape architecture in healthcare design: It was the first year that Healthcare Design and Environments for Aging held the Landscape Architecture for Healthcare Communities Awards.

The projects were chosen by two different panels of jurors – one for Acute Care (Healthcare Design) and one for Senior Living (Environments for Aging and Long-Term Living). Acute Care and Senior Living project award winners were featured in the December digital issues of Healthcare Design and EFA magazines. Acute Care award winners were also featured in the May/June 2014 print edition and will be honored in November at HEALTHCARE DESIGN14 in San Diego, CA. Senior Living project winners were honored at the Environments for Aging conference in May.

And here’s more good news: They’re doing it again! Submission are due for both categories on July 14, 2014 so get busy with your applications.

This is a terrific opportunity for landscape architects and healthcare facilities with successful therapeutic landscapes to showcase their work, and for everyone else to see the best examples of how it should be done.

Click here for information and a short video about last year’s awards program: www.healthcaredesignmagazine.com/page/landscape-architecture-awards-healthcare-environments.

To see an article about last year’s Senior Living Gold Award winner (Merwick Care and Rehabilitation Center, Plainsboro, N.J.), click here.

To see an article about last year’s Acute Care Gold Award winner (Betty Ruth & Milton B. Hollander Healing Garden at Yale-New Haven’s Smilow Cancer Hospital in New Haven, CT), click here.

 

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