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1 AfH Student Design Charette Week th January 2013 Architects for Health Student Charette week

2 AfH Student Design Charette Week th January 2013 Architects for Health Introduction 1.0 Architects for Health: Our History 2.0 History of the Event 3.0 Partners 3.1 LSBU 3.2 Guys and St Thomas’ 3.3 MARU 4.0 Sponsors Mace 5.0 Timetable (including registration) 6.0 Teams 7.0 The Topic 8.0 The Brief Written Brief Fact Finding Seminar Site Visit Guidance 9.0 Deliverables Trigger Images Spatial Wiring Diagram Sketch Model 10.0 The Crit

3 AfH Student Design Charette Week th January 2013 Architects for Health Our History The aim of Architects for Health is to promote and campaign for better healthcare environments through bringing together organisations and individuals who share an interest in excellence in the planning and design of healthcare facilities. Architects for Health is a non-profit organisation for architects and others interested in the design and planning of healthcare facilities. Its inception in 1992 was a response to the considerable strategic change in the health sector. Since then, AfH has established a forum for new ideas and has grown into an organisation with a 500-strong membership list for whom it provides a national network of support and the means to influence policy.

4 AfH Student Design Charette Week th January 2013 Architects for Health History of the Event Since 2007 Architects for Health have hosted a student design competition. The objective of the event is to re-establish the link between practice and academia in the sector. The wide range of building types within the healthcare sector offer the designer the opportunity to explore how design can contribute to the function of a building and in the case of healthcare contribute and compliment therapy and medicine. The competition seeks to make a space for designers to consider the topic without limitations. Through the competition we hope to prove that excellent design can be derived form the challenge of the brief, or the programme, and the unhelpful schism between health planning internally and architecture as a mere envelope can be bridged.

5 AfH Student Design Charette Week th January 2013 Architects for Health Partners Health Partner: Guys and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust Industry Partner: Mace Academic Partners: London South bank University & Medical Architecture Research Unit

6 AfH Student Design Charette Week th January 2013 Architects for Health Sponsors Principle Sponsor: Mace Architectural Sponsors CODA Architects Devereux Architects HLM Architects John Cooper Architecture NBBJ Nightingale Associates Stantec Stationary Sponsor: London Graphics Centre

7 AfH Student Design Charette Week th January 2013 Architects for Health Timetable TIME/DAY TUESDAY 15th WEDNESDAY 16th THURSDAY 17th FRIDAY 18th 0800hrs Studio open Studio open Studio open hrs Introduction Meeting and registration Site Visit: St Thomas’ Hospital Free studio Free studio hrs Tutored Studio (until 1500hrs before travel to St Thomas’) Tutored Studio Briefing Seminar at St Thomas’ (1600hrs- 2000hrs) hs -Team Presentations and Crits Free studio Free studio (AfH members welcome) 1830hs -Drinks and Celebration

8 AfH Student Design Charette Week th January 2013 Architects for Health Teams Group 1: Caroline Gore-Booth Sam Cox Benedict Okundaye Michal Prso Group 2: Caitlin Copeland Emilia Xiang Li Constantinos Grouios Thomas Pond Group 3: Carmelia Paramasivan Hayley Moreton Tim Whitcombe Joe Bacon Group 4: Emma Kirk Katia Potapova Marius Lazauskas Madeeha Maham

9 AfH Student Design Charette Week th January 2013 Architects for Health Topic 10 million people in the UK are over 65 years old. The latest projections are for 5½ million more Elderly people in 20 years’ time and the number will have nearly doubled to around 19 million by 2050 (http://www.parliament.uk).http://www.parliament.uk There are 800,000 people in the UK with a form of dementia in 2012 (http://alzheimers.org.uk) this is expected to exceed beyond 1 million by 2021 due to the rapidly aging UK population and the greater prevalence of the condition with age. How do our hospital estates and environments need to change to address the growing prevalence of patients admitted with other conditions in addition to a form of Dementia?

10 AfH Student Design Charette Week th January 2013 The Brief: Written Brief - OPAU Older Person’s Assessment Unit (OPAU)

11 AfH Student Design Charette Week th January 2013 The Brief: Written Brief - OPAU Wards Home A+E COMMUNITY OPAU

12 AfH Student Design Charette Week th January 2013 The Brief: Written Brief - OPAU Wards Home A+E COMMUNITY OPAU

13 AfH Student Design Charette Week th January 2013 The Brief: Fact-Finding Seminar 1600hrsIntroduction of the Charette Programme 2013 Jaime Bishop, Fleet Architects and AfH 1615hrsWhat is dementia? A Clinical perspective Dr Matthew Williams-Grey and Alison Fawthrop, MACE 1640hrsPresenting the film ‘Barbara’s Story’ Bridget Fordham, Dementia Nurse Specialist, GSTT 1710hrsPatient and carer’s perspective Jon Meech, Alzheimer's Society Jennifer Burgess, Lambeth Carer’s Hub 1730hrsBreak 1800hrsProduct Design and Dementia Mike Smart, The Design Council 1830hrsArchitects response Chris Shaw, Medical Architecture 1900hrsFacilitated Discussion John Cooper, Chair AfH 1930hrsNetwork with drinks then Close

14 AfH Student Design Charette Week th January 2013 Site The Brief: Site Visit A+E Elderly Care Unit

15 AfH Student Design Charette Week th January 2013 The Brief: Nightingale Wards

16 AfH Student Design Charette Week th January 2013 The Brief: Site VisitThe Brief: The River

17 AfH Student Design Charette Week th January 2013 The Brief: XXXXXX The Brief: The Client

18 AfH Student Design Charette Week th January 2013 The Brief: Student Perspective

19 AfH Student Design Charette Week th January 2013 The Brief: Guidance

20 AfH Student Design Charette Week th January 2013 The Brief: Guidance

21 AfH Student Design Charette Week th January 2013 The Brief: Guidance Healthcare design benefits from a wide range of guidance documents including the Department of Health cannon of Health Building Notes (HBNs) and Health Technical Memorandum (HTMs) Guidance can be very useful in understanding a topic, and is a valuable resource Students are urged to study necessary guidance but are encouraged to reference it where useful and challenge it where necessary As with the Dementia Design Series (referenced on earlier slides) the suggestions which are evidence and practice based do not necessarily assure a positive and therapeutic environment Students should draw evidence from a broad spectrum of resources including healthcare guidance, site specific literature, primary evidence, site visits, art, literature and architecture

22 AfH Student Design Charette Week th January 2013 Deliverables: Trigger Images/Visual Brief

23 AfH Student Design Charette Week th January 2013 Architects for Health Deliverables: Trigger Images

24 AfH Student Design Charette Week th January 2013 Deliverables: Wiring Diagram

25 AfH Student Design Charette Week th January 2013 Architects for Health Deliverables: Wiring Diagram

26 AfH Student Design Charette Week th January 2013

27 AfH Student Design Charette Week th January 2013

28 AfH Student Design Charette Week th January 2013 Deliverables: Sketch Model

29 AfH Student Design Charette Week th January 2013 Deliverables: Sketch Model

30 AfH Student Design Charette Week th January 2013 Architects for Health Deliverables: Trigger Images

31 AfH Student Design Charette Week th January 2013 Deliverables: Examples

32 AfH Student Design Charette Week th January 2013 Architects for Health The Crit 1.0 – Each group must present the 3 deliverables 1.1 Trigger Images – Describing the teams brief and understanding of the topic including photos of the site. 1.2 Spatial Wiring Diagram – A large Section or Plan showing the proposals in context and the relationship with the existing estate 1.3Sketch Models with printed/projected photos of the models 2.0- The Presentation will be given to a large gathering and will include the president elect of the RIBA, it must… 2.1not exceed 20 minutes (you will be cut off) 2.2be rehearsed at least twice 2.3Must be structured and include a description of your team’s own approach to the brief

33 AfH Student Design Charette Week th January 2013 Architects for Health The Crit (and the prize) 2011 winners with the RIBA President Angela Brady and Mace Board Director David Rumsey

34 AfH Student Design Charette Week th January winners with the RIBA President elect Stephen Hodder the judges, and the principal Sponsor, Mace

35 AfH Student Design Charette Week th January 2013 Architects for Health Student Charette week


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