AAH at AIA Conference on Architecture 2018
June 21-23, New York City
EV201 - Opening Night Celebration
June 20, 6-8pm | Cost is $40
Mingle with your peers and connect with AIA Knowledge Communities, the AIA Strategic Council, and the Richard Upjohn and Louise Bethune Fellows at our Opening Night Celebration!
TH508 - 2017 AIA/AAH Healthcare Design Awards
June 21, 10:30-11:30am | Cost is free | Earn 1 LU/RIBA
In this unique and candid session, the jury of the 2017 AIA/AAH Healthcare Design Awards will walk through all seven 2017 award-winning projects and share details that stood out in both winning and non-winning entries.
Presence, community integration, sustainability, and positive contributions to the environment were key factors in many of the projects this year. If you're interested in how design helps define the clinical model of care, which aspects of design contribute to a patient-centered environment, or how to promote your own design success, this session is for you.
PanelistsTama Duffy Day
- Learn about the eligibility requirements for an AIA/AAH Healthcare Design Award.
- Gain new insights into the design attributes that successfully contribute to a healing environment in complex healthcare environments.
- Reflect on the successful narratives, visual communication, and themes that the jurors find compelling in such contests.
- Develop a keen understanding of how to communicate your own design intent and highlight the best aspects of your work.
| Principal, Gensler, Washington, District of ColumbiaPierce McVey, AIA
| Principal, NAC Architecture, Seattle, WashingtonJoan L. Suchomel, AIA
| Senior Vice President, CannonDesign, Chicago, IllinoisGregory J. Wieland
| Design Principal, Little Diversified Architectural Consulting, Charlotte, North CarolinaME201 - AAH Forum: Alignment of Priorities for Health Care Design
June 21, 1:30-2:45pm | Cost is free
The future of healthcare is marked by uncertainty, confusion, and lack of consensus—but the architecture profession can play a pivotal role in identifying solutions that work. Help change the conversation with this forum presented by the AIA Academy of Architecture for Health.
An interactive polling and panel session on the future of healthcare design, this discussion will focus on population health- and value-based care along with their impact on the hospital campus of the future. The session is part of a series that will look at the future of healthcare.