BAIA Success at the Architects for Health Student Awards

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A cloud tethered above Great Ormond Street Hospital providing a great place for children and family to escape and ‘to go crazy’ with a strong architectural response, sensitive to patient needs.(Architects for Health Student Design Awards 2017)

On the 26th June, an Interior Architecture (BA Hons) student Pamela Jankowska received 2 prizes at the Architects for Health Student Awards.

Competing alongside 12 strong projects from UAL Chelsea and University of Westminster, Pamela‘s project “Chumura – Cloud (in Polish)” won her the “LONDON Award”, and she was also awarded the prize for the “Best Drawing”. Her drawing is featured on the cover of the awards booklet.

It was Paul Hyett, an ex-RIBA president, who gave Pamela her prize at the awards event organised by the Architects for Health, which took place at the Wellcome Institute and was attended by the judges, Architects for Health members, as well as tutors and students from the participating colleges (AA, UOW, UAL Chelsea, KLC…)

Congrats to Pamela on this great achievement!

The awards booklet:


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