The CARITAS Project is accepting entries for the third-annual Generative Space Award. The deadline for submittals is June 15.
With the award, The CARITAS Project seeks to identify and recognize health and healthcare settings—from around the world—where the focus is on improving human health through innovative design of the environment and as a result, individuals, organizations and communities flourish.
The Generative Space Award provides a new platform to recognize and celebrate beacon projects that can credibly document being a place to flourish. In addition, the award was introduced to:
Build a new knowledge base about generative space and the benefits of its application;
Identify and give recognition to exemplary projects that provide community-wide learning opportunities to systemically and sustainably improve health with the environment;
Raise awareness of this new method of practice and the benefits that it affords and
Bring generative space design into mainstream professional practice as a new paradigm.
Award recipients will be recognized at a ceremony Tuesday, Oct. 2 at the Healthcare Facilities Symposium and Expo in Chicago. Additionally, a ‘Generative Space Boot Camp’ will be presented as the Pre-Conference Workshop 12:30-6 p.m. Monday, Oct. 1. For more information about the award, visit www.aplacetoflourish.net.
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