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Kaunitz Yeung Architecture receives global recognition at the 2021 European Healthcare Design Awards, for inspirational design that responds to people and place.
Billard Leece Partnership and Diller Scofidio + Renfro have unveiled the fruits of their international design collaboration — the Susan Wakil Health Building at University of Sydney.
With an increasing need for premium health environments, Workspace offers bespoke and standard furniture options readymade for innovative spaces.
Australian furniture company, Workspace Commercial Furniture brings their expertise in inspiring furniture to the Aged Care and Allied Health environments.
Welcome to The Indesign Edit: Health Check. In this issue, we explore three of the best health and aged care projects and the outstanding products that contribute to achiever the overall design.
With the potential to save the lives of thousands, Australia’s first proton therapy unit, designed by Woods Bagot, starts construction in Adelaide next month.
From Austaron surfaces comes the Staron® Evermoin®, improving upon the original Staron® surface is versatile and ultra hygienic, a gamechanging surface solution for healthcare workplaces.
“We must continue to focus on delivering human-centred solutions that encourage a patient’s sense of worth.” Studio director at Bates Smart, Mark Healy on the challenges and responsibilities of healthcare models in the contemporary context.
The architects of Cabrini Malvern’s new Gandel Wing have envisaged wards that feel both polished and hotel-like in quality. But it’s the focus on safety requirements and functional needs of patients and staff that really shines through.
Frightening or fascinating? Perth Children’s Hospital takes the nightmare out of hospital visits, inviting curiosity and play into its life-changing spaces.
At the Frankston Private Hospital, Staron by Austaron Surfaces impresses with its ability to be moulded while also ensuring toxin-free, non-porous and hygienic work surfaces.
Compass Immunology Clinic is a unique concept clinic, one of the first in Australia, where children (and adults) can come for a holistic health approach to treating allergies.
The newly appointed principal at HASSELL believes that designers have a social responsibility to create sustainable, healthy places for the next generation.
At Te Omanga Hospice New Zealand, design takes a more human-centric approach with harmonising carpet designs by Milliken-Ontera.
Using design thinking to strike a balance between design essentials and practical considerations within healthcare spaces is a timely and important topic. Join us ahead of FRONT.design Forum as we dig into what it means for the industry.
Peer behind the calming timber reception and you will be surprised to find bursts of pink, orange and blue. This dermatology clinic breaks with convention to offer a new way of projecting professionalism and comfort.
Jon Johannsen’s career has been about buildings and their context. He is led by the conviction that liveable communities are diverse in their demographic engagement. This is his story.
Bates Smart studio director Mark Healey has carved out a unique CV having worked on some of Australia’s best healthcare projects, alongside multi-res and commercial work. Here he opens up about the latest design thinking behind our changing healthcare landscape.
Bucking the status quo in healthcare, Coastal Neurosurgery is a home-like environment designed for patients’ wellbeing.
The transformative potential of design is particularly evident in the context of healthcare design, where it is now being used to create vibrant, uplifting spaces that positively impact patient health and mental states.
While most travellers search for the ultimate destination, others search for the ultimate journey. In one of Bangkok’s busiest transport hubs, Orbit Design Studio augments the experience of being ‘in-transit’ with a premium mind-body fitness centre. Transience has never felt so good.
Designers are working in an exciting health and aged-care climate where the very definitions of the sectors are being questioned, challenged and redefined. Karratha Central Healthcare by Cox Architecture (formerly CODA Studio) is one such example.
Charlotte Ruben, partner at Swedish firm White Arkitekter, is at the forefront of the new generation of hospital design. Ruben shares her insights into this growing sector and how a hospital ecosystem comes together.
Hummingbird House is a state-of-the-art facility, designed by ThomsonAdsett, which helps families affected by life-limiting illness. We take a look at how this type of space advocates for legacy and resilience and how design is critical to its success.
You might assume that creativity takes a back seat to science and hard facts in the design of health and aged-care spaces, but according to Tonya Hinde, it’s the most creative sector she’s worked in. Here’s why.