Pozzoni confirmed for CIH Housing Exhibition 2013
We are delighted to announce that we will be exhibiting again this year at the 2013 CIH Housing...
NW RICS 2013 awards shortlisting
We are delighted to announce that two of our schemes have been shortlisted for this years NW RICS...
BIM gains momentum - NW CIC BIM Hub Chair appointed
Building information modelling (BIM) has been in the construction press for 18 months or so but the...
Unprecedented visitor numbers at new Godalming Leisure Centre
The new £5m Godalming Leisure Centre facility opened its doors to the public this summer and after...
New School facilities enhance Cheshires offering
Two new school facilities in Cheshire have recently completed for the public of Cheshire East....
Mayor joins Beatrix Potter tea party to open 3.5m extra care scheme
Tameside residents celebrated the official opening of their new £3.5m scheme with a Beatrix...
International visitors flock to UK Care Schemes
Care schemes designed by Pozzoni Architects have recently hosted several international...
Movers and Shakers
Pozzoni are proud to announce that Philip Morris has gained his MSc in Construction Law and Dispute...
Godalming is 'Best of the Best'
Godalming Leisure Centre has been awarded 'Best of the Best' from the Godalming Trust Civic Design...
Godalming features in September Leisure Design and Build
Recently completed Godalming Leisure Centre features in Septembers edition of Leisure Design and...
British first at Curaviva Congress, Basel, Switzerland
14 February 2011
Our very own senior partner David Hughes made history when he was the first British speaker to be invited to present at the large, well respected Curaviva Congress in Basel, Switzerland on 27th/28th January this year.
Over 1250 people attended the event which is held every 2 years, hearing David speaking about ‘International Design Perspectives in Buildings for the Aged’, co-presented with Jeffrey Anderzhon from the USA. Taken from a recent tour of aged care schemes in England, United States, Australia, Japan and Korea they delivered a presentation and workshop examining how designers and care providers throughout the world are advancing design for the ageing and creating environments which enhance the sense of place, improve the quality of life and create homes for their residents.
“In the last two weeks we’ve received a lot of very good feedback to our congress” states Dr Markus Leser of Curaviva. “Your workshop has been mentioned a lot and all the feedback was very good. Thank you again for your input and I can say that our experiment with an international workshop was very successful and I am sure that we will repeat this in 2013”.
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