Join architects Michel Mossessian and Klavs Hyttel for an exclusive event and enjoy a preview of the entrants of the inaugural AR Healthcare award
AR Healthcare, part of the new awards programme from the AJ’s sister title The Architectural Review, is seeking future-leading, ingenious and inventive healthcare projects that push the type forward.
The judging for this award takes place on Wednesday 7 September with esteemed judges Michel Mossessian, Klavs Hyttel and Patty Hopkins.
With such great names in London, The Architectural Review will be holding a seminar on the evening of 7 September about Designing for Health and the major projects our judges have been involved in. Michel and Klavs will speak at the event and there will be an opportunity to join the debate, ask questions and also have an exclusive view of some AR Healthcare entries.
Michel Mossessian is design principal of Mossessian Architecture and was recently appointed visiting professor at Imperial College. Michel is developing a cross-fertilisation programme for the college’s Helix Centre that marries design, science and medical disciplines with architectural and spatial wellbeing concepts. At the salon, he will speak about the importance of generating models for our built environment that encourage social interaction, crucial for a healthy society.
Klavs, partner at Scandinavian practice CF Møller, will present the practice’s project on healthcare, Healing Architecture for the Common Good.
AR Healthcare Salon
When: Wednesday 7 September from 17:45 to 19:15
Where: 3rd Floor - Telephone House - 69 - 77 Paul Street London, EC2A 4NQ