Launched in 2012, the AIT award immediately became one of the largest competitions for architecture and interior design worldwide. Since then, the AIT Award has united interior design and architecture in a two-year rhythm and has its focus in the architectural centers of the world.
Out of 877 submitted projects form 47 countries for the AIT Award 2020 | Best in Interior and Architecture, Josefhof health facility is one of this year’s finalists in the category Health and Care.
This project weaves the building into the landscape – The essence of a place that aims to create an atmosphere of harmony between nature and people. The design is based on an orchard meadow typical for the region. Three narrow, elongated structures are set into the arena-like topography in such a way that the buildings sometimes appear to hover over or be embedded into the terrain. The landscape flows through the building. Atria reflecting the planted orchard meadow underline this creative objective.
The rankings will be announced on 30 September 2020 by the jurors and the AIT in the context of a festive award ceremony in the presence of the nominated architectural offices and interior designers.
Walter Angonese, Walter Angonese Architekt, IT-Kaltern
Kim Marc Bobsin, Seel Bobsin Partner, DE-Hamburg
Ester Bruzkus, ester bruzkus architekten, DE-Berlin
Simon Frommenwiler, HHF Architects, CH-Basel
Werner Frosch, henning larsen architects, DK-Kopenhagen
Marieke Kums, Studio Maks, NL-Rotterdam
Roger Riewe, Riegler Riewe Architekten, AT-Graz
Amandus Samsøe Sattler, Allmann Sattler Wappner Architekten, DE-München
Christian von Wissel, HSB, DE-Bremen