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Seminar Hospital 21 Programme

Themes and speakers for the 38th International Seminar UIA-PHG :  Hospital 21

Tuesday 29 may 2018

8h30 – 9h15Registration – Welcome Coffee

9h30 – 10h15 – Opening ceremony UIA-PHG SEMINAR

Session 1  (Room 01)

The Universally Accessible Hospital

10h30 – 10h50 – France
Accessibility and the spaces of care in Africa, 40 years after Alma-Ata – Josiane Tantchou, Chargée de recherche, CNRS – UMR 5115 (Les Afriques dans le Monde)

10h50 – 11h10 – Kenya
Architecture for Global Health: A grounded theory – Dr. Macharia Waruingi, chief executive officer of the Ustawi Biomedical Research Innovation and Industrial
Centers of Africa (UBRICA), Susan Nyambura Njuguna

11h10 – 11h30 – Germany
Health for All –Hospitals for the growing middle class in emerging countries – Henning Lensch, Architect A K G, V B I, Managing Director, RRP International Hospital Planners Pte Ltd

11h30 – 11h50 – Germany
Network Architecture in remote Areas on the example of Indonesia – Professeur Christine Nickl Weller, Nickl & Partner Architekten AG, Technische Universität Berlin

12h15 – 13h15 – Lunch Break


Session 2  (Room 02)

The Universally Accessible Hospital

10h30 – 10h50 – Brazil
Expansion of Primary Health Care in Rio de Janeiro Between 2009 and 2012 – «The Clinicas da Familia» – Leonardo Jacques da Costa Braga, Architect at Rio de Janeiro’s City Hall, PhD student at Lisbon School of Architecture

10h50 – 11h10 – Venezuela
Health facilities planning and design issues in the Latin-american Region – Dr Sonia Cedres de Bello, Architect, Master of Architecture (University of Washington) and Doctor of Architecture (UCV). Professor Researcher in programming and design of healthcare facilities at the Faculty of Architecture and Urbanism of the Universidad Central de Venezuela.

11h10 – 11h30 – Bangladesh
Primary Healthcare Faciities in Bangladesh since Alma-Ata declaration – Jasmin Begum, PhD, and Rumana Afroze

11h30 – 11h50 – Canada
Designing Hospitals in India: Challenges and Opportunities – Martin Fiset, M. ARCH., MRAIC, Hospital Planning and Design Consultant, Montreal (Quebec) Canada

12h15 – 13h15 – Lunch Break


Wednesday 30 may 2018

8h30 – 9h15Registration – Welcome Coffee

9h30 – 10h15 – Keynote Art of Date – Big Data in Healthcare

Session 3  (Room 01)

Emerging Trends in Hospital Design

10h30 – 10h50 – Canada
Healthcare Quality in Architecture – A Canadian Perspective – Cliff Harvey, MSc(HQ), EDAC, OAA, FRAIC, Director UIA-PHG

10h50 – 11h10 – Switzeland
Reducing hospital operating cost through better design / Renovation vs new – Hans Eggen, M.Sc. of Architecture ETH SIA, executive member of the UIA Work Programme Public Health

11h10 – 11h30 – France/Belgium
«HospitaCité», the new University Clinics Saint-Luc in Brussels – Michel Remon,Architect D.P.L.G., Founder and Managing Director (Atelier architecture Michel Rémon), Stéphane Vermeulen, Director Healthcare Design(VK Architects & Engineers)

11h30 – 11h50 – France
Hospital of Creteil – France – Outdoor spaces guide-plan project, Créteil: adaptation of a suburban hospital to outpatient care– Guillaume Landier, architecte, chef de projet (SEURA Architectes)

11h50 – 12h10 – South Africa
Investigating the hospital microbiome, a novel approach to architectural planning and IPC risk assessment / Enquêter sur le « microbiome » hospitalier, une nouvelle approche de la planifi cation architecturale et de l’évaluation des risques IPC – Jako Albert Nice, Research Architect, Built Environment, Architectural Engineering, CSIR, South Africa

12h10 – 12h30 – Germany
Structural Programming: Islands of Standardization within a Sea of Creativity – Edzard Schultz, chief architect and partner of Heinle, Wischer and Partner, Freie Architekten, Berlin – Eva Henrich, architect at Heinle, Wischer und Partner in Berlin, Germany

Session 4  (Room 02)

Special: Teaching in Texas A&M University

10h30 – 11h10 – USA
Presentation of the College of Architecture TEXAS A&M University – Pr George MANN, AIA, The Ronald L.Skaggs Endowed Professor of Health Facility Design, College of Architecture Texas A&M University & Founder & Chairman, The RPD (Resource Planning & Development ) Group of Companies

Session 5  (Room 02)

Green Hospital Design

11h10 – 11h30 – China HK
From Green to Wellness : The Architecture of Queen Elizabeth Hospital Ambulatory Care Centre Extension – Ronson Lui, HKIA, RIBA, FRAIA, BEAMPro, Director, Wong Tung & Partners Limited

11h30 – 11h50 – Netherland
Algorithms and architects: the use of a design configurator in the process of designing more functional and energy-efficient healthcare buildings – Roelof Gortemaker, architect, partner with De Jong Gortemaker Algra architects and engineers (dJGA), Rotterdam, Netherlands

11h50 – 12h10 – Belgium
THE HOSPITAL, A LIVING ORGANISM: towards a biophilic design approach for the Nantes Hospital – David Roulin, CEO Art & Build, Steven Ware, partner, Marco Da col, Concept Designer, Coen van den Wijngaart – International Business Development Manager

12h30 – 13h30 – Lunch Break

Session 6  (Room 01)

Emerging Trends in Hospital Design (Part 2)

13h30 – 13h50 – Hong-Kong
Hong Kong Children’s Hospital – a Habitat for life – Michael Yam Shui Wah, Director of Simon Kwan & Associates Ltd

13h50 – 14h10 – Japan
Toward a Design Theory as Healing Architecture for Psychiatric Facilities – Ph.D. Shuang Yan, Professor of Miyagigakuin Women’s University, Ph.D in Architecture

14h10 – 14h30 – Danemark
Next generation patient-centred hospital – new Aarhus University Hospital – Julian Weyer, architect and partner, CF Møller

14h30 – 14h50 – USA
How fast is fast – Philip Patrick Sun, AIA, ACHA, NCARB, CEO, Senior VP and Chief Planner and Facilities Offi cer for large public systems

14h50 – 15h05 – Break

15h05 – 15h25 – Tunisia
Feedback : The new trends of hospital architecture : quality and the reception of patients and relatives – Mohamed Gharbi, Architecte Manager GM ARCHI International et GM Design, & Hafedh MAKNI, Architecte

15h25 – 15h45 – USA
Emerging Trends in Outpatient Clinic Design and the Trade-offs on Performance – Dina Battisto, PhD, M.Arch, Associate Professor in the School of Architecture at Clemson University; Deborah Franqui, PhD, AIA, Coordinator of Healthcare Design Programs at the University of Miami’s School of Architecture and Director of Bostwick Design Partnership’s Miami office

15h45 – 16h05 – USA
Variables for Certification of Healthcare Services – Astrid Maria Debuchy, PhD Architect of the Faculty of Architecture and Urbanism (FAU), National University of La Plata (UNLP), Argentina, Research – Lecture of the Research Center for Health Facility Planning (CIRFS), Faculty of Architecture, Design and Urbanism (FADU), University of Buenos Aires (UBA), Argentina. Offi cial Member for Argentina of the Public Health Group, of the International Union of Architects (UIA PHG) , Executive Member Region III (UIA PHG), Consultant in Health Facility Planning for Domestic and International Institutions.

16h05 – 16h25 – USA
Case Studies of International Approaches to Daylight in the OR – Christopher W. Kiss, AIA, NCARB, EDAC, registered architect, PhD student in the Planning, Design and the Built Environment (PDBE) program at Clemson University, South Carolina, and Lieutenant Colonel in the United States Army; Dina Battisto, PhD, Associate Professor in the School of Architecture at Clemson University

16h25 – 16h40 – Break

16h40 – 17h00 – USA
Understanding how the Team-Based Clinical Module is used for Delivering Care in Patient-Centered Medical Home Clinics – William Lewis, March, experienced owner-representative for healthcare design and construction projects for the Military Health System ; Dina Battisto, PhD, Associate Professor in the School of Architecture at Clemson University

17h00 – 17h20 – France
Hospital and culture, does architecture need to be adapted to take care? – Laurent Marc Fischer, Partner architect, ARCHITECTURE-STUDIO, / Gaspard Joly, Partner architect, ARCHITECTURE-STUDIO

17h20 – 17h40 – Netherland
Beyond cosmetics: improve well-being and health by adding psychology to design in hospitals – Dr. Fiona de Vos, PhD, Owner Studio dVO, environmental psychologist, researcher and consultant

17h40 – 18h00 – Switzerland
A bedless ASC for major surgery, designed by users – Brian Oosterhoff, COO DaisY, ASC/eHnv, Yverdon-les-Bains, Switzerland

18h00 – 18h15 – Finland
Helsinki University Bridge Hospital, the virtual model for architectural design and medical functionality – Matti Anttila, Architect and CEO at AW2, Jérôme Brunet, BRUNET SAUNIER ARCHITECTURE/ B&M / HARRIS-KJISIK ARCHITECTS

18h30 – Welcome Cocktail


Session 7  (Room 02)

Hospital and the City

13h30 – 13h50 – Hungary
Hospital for 21th century with prevented monument building in word heritage site – Dr. Kiss, Zsolt István MA, MSC diparchitect, UIA-PHG offi cial member in Hungary

13h50 – 14h10 – Argentina
Latin American Hospitals : conservation and adaptation of Heritage Buildings – M.Sc. Arq. Karla V. León M. Professor at the Central University of Venezuela. Magister Scientiarum in Constructions Tecnological Development. Researcher on hospitals architectonic vulnerability, evaluated hospitals in Venezuela and Argentina, actual Prosecutor of maintenance in an argentinian hospital.

14h10 – 14h30 – Italy
Santa Maria Nuova – the ancient hospital of Florence. Evaluation of the refurbishment in terms of accessibility, identity and space use – Francesca Ciraolo (médecin, Hôpital Santa Maria Nuova), Esther Diana (architecte, Centro di documentazione della storia della sanità), Marco Geddes Da Filicaia (médecin, Université de Florence – DINFO), Roberto Lapi (architecte, L+P srl), Maria Chiara Torricelli (architecte, Université de Florence -Centre TESIS), Nicoletta Setola (architecte, Professeur Assistante Université de Florence –TESIS Center)

14h30 – 14h50 – Japan
Trend of facade design of japanese hospitals – Dr Kazuhiko Okamoto, Assistant Professeor, Department of Architecture, The University of Tokyo

14h50 – 15h05 – Break

15h05 – 15h25 – Switzerland
Isle’s Heart – Bern, winning concept for the future hospital in the heart of the city – Karin Imoberdorf, Dipl Arch EPFL SIA, MPH, Member of the Board of Lead Consultants Inc.

15h25 – 15h45 – USA
Hospitals without Walls: The Role of Hospitals as models of healthy Community Planning and Design – David Allison FAIA, FACHA, Alumni Distinguished Professor and Director Graduate Studies in Architecture + Health, Clemson University, & Byron Edwards AIA, ACHA, Professor of Practice Graduate Studies in Architecture + Health, Clemson University

15h45 – 16h05 – France
The hospital out of or without walls – Gérard Huet, Chef Executive Offi cier and Co-Founder KARDHAM CARDETE HUET ARCHITECTURE – Olivier Contré, Architect Partner, Director of the Paris Agency, KARDHAM CARDETE HUET ARCHITECTURE

16h05 – 16h25 – France
Co-building in hospital organisation. Hospital Network  – Jean-Philippe Pargade, Architecte DPLG, Urbaniste, Pargade et Associés ,Caroline Rigaldies, Architecte Associée, Pargade et Associés

16h25 – 16h40 – Break

16h40 – 17h00 – Belgium
The hospital open to the city : permeability interfaces and spaces – Nicolas Van Oost, ingénieur-architecte, président du groupe archipelago architects, professeur à l’UCL – Laurent Grisay, ingénieur-architecte, associé archipelago architects

17h00 – 17h20 – Italy
New spatial categories: spaces «from», «to» and «in between» – Francesca Bozza,PhD Student at Sapienza Universita di Roma, Architecture Faculty – Giulia Perugi, PhD Students at Sapienza Universita di Roma, Architecture Faculty

17h20 – 17h40 – Turkey
Evaluation of Children’s Hospital’s Emergency Units by Place – A Review from Turkey – Res. Asst. Elif ÖZGEN, Prof. Bilge SAYIL ONARAN, Hacettepe University Faculty of Fine Arts, Dept. of Interior Architecture an Environmental Design, Ankara, TURKEY

17h40 – 18h00 – Monaco
The New Hospital Project of Monaco – Jérome BATAILLE, Architect Partner AIA Life Designers – Natacha Morin Innocenti, Architect Atelier Natacha MORIN-INNOCENTI – Benoîte de Sevelinges, Assistant Director, in charge of Material Ressources and New Hospital Project, Centre Hospitalier Princesse Grace de Monaco

18h00 – 18h15 – Israel
Hospital design, Evaluation method, Simulation, Flexibility – Nirit Putievsky Pilosof & Yehuda E. Kalay, Faculty of Architecture and Town Planning, Technion – Israel Institute of Technology Technion

18h30 – Welcome Cocktail


Tuesday 31 may 2018

8h30 – 9h15 – Registration – Welcome Coffee

9h15 – 10h00 – Keynote: Paris, London, Berlin – Pierre-Louis Laget, Researcher in the service of the general inventory of cultural heritage – Regional Council of Hauts de France – Directorate of Culture, John Cooper, Architect, John Cooper Architecture, Dr. Ing. Peter R. Pawlik, Architekt BDA, AKG, UIA-PHG

Session 8  (Room 01)

Healthcare Facilities of the Future

10h20 – 10h40 – Australia
Design Quality and Project Success for Healthcare Projects – Jane Carthey, Doctoral student at Queensland University of Technology, Australia

10h40 – 11h00 – Germany
Frankfurt Basel Luxemburg | combine expertise – create quality – Sebastian Pfau, Dipl.-Ing. Architect, Managing Partner and Director wörner traxler richter

11h00 – 11h20 – Australia
 99 ways to design fl exibility binside Hospitals – Harm Hollander, Architect, FRAIA; BArch; CDec(Qld); Doctoral Candidate (QUT)

11h20 – 11h40 – Singapore
Designing for Unpredictability of Infectious Diseases – Ruby Lai, Senior Consultant, Architecture, Healthcare Division of CPG Consultants Pte Ltd, Singapore

11h40 – 12h00 – Japan
Study on fi rst aid space of hospitals to cope with devastating disaster – Dr. Eng. Kana Egawa, Assistant Prof., Tokyo Denki Univ.

12h00 – 12h20 – Malaysia
Flexibility in Usability Versus Infection Control: Study of Selected Primary Care Clinics in Malaysia for future design decisions – Norwina Mohd Nawawi, PhD (International Islamic University Malaysia), Nadiah Md Alwi, MD (Ministry of Health Malaysia), Wan Fatihah Maisarah Wan Nor, MD (Ministry of Health Malaysia), Ahmad Naufal Md Alwi, MD (Ministry of Health Malaysia, Rahawiah Shafi ei (Jabatan Kerja Raya Malaysia)

12h20 – 12h40 – USA
The future is modulare, but is it and what is it – Philip Patrick Sun, AIA, ACHA, NCARB, CEO, Senior VP and Chief Planner and Facilities Offi cer for large public systems

12h40 – 13h40 – Lunch Break


Session 9  (Room 02)

Architecture for an Aging Population and Behavorial Health

10h20 – 10h40 – USA
Designing A Behavioral Health Center for Children Experiencing Life Trauma / Concevoir un centre de santé comportementale pour des enfants souffrant de graves traumatismes – Zhipeng Lu, PhD, LEED AP BD+C, Associate Director, Center for Health Systems & Design, Texas A&M University – Eric Bardenhagen, PhD, RLA, Assistant Professor, Department of Landscape Architecture & Urban Planning, Texas A&M University – D. Kirk Hamilton, PhD, FAIA, FACHA, Professor, Department of Architecture, Texas A&M University

10h40 – 11h00 – Canada
Designing resiliency in mental health and addiction services – Barry Kowalski, BFA, M.Arch, Architect, AAA, Senior Principal, STANTEC

11h00 – 11h20 – Canada
Architecture for Behavioural Health: International Trends in Evidence-based Design – Dr. Stephen Verderber, Professor at the John H. Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape and Design, and the Dalla Lana School of Public Health, at the University of Toronto

11h20 – 11h40 – Singapore
The New Design Frontier for Silver Age Primary Healthcare – small, smart & stylish – Ruzica Bozovic-Stamenovic, Dr.Sci., Associate Professor, NUS National University of Singapore, Faculty Fellow, CHSD Center for Health Systems and Design, Texas A&M

11h40 – 12h00 – UK
A tale of two Countries: Comparing France and the UK to understand the elements of Psychosocially supportive design – Dr Evangelia Chrysikou, Lecturer, the Bartlett Real Estate Institute, University College London, UK

12h00 – 12h20 – USA
Children and Parental Insights: Designing Autism-Friendly Inclusive Environments – Shireen M. Kanakri, PhD, Architect, Department of Interior Design, College of Architecture and Planning, Ball State University, Muncie, USA

12h20 – 12h40 – Egypt
Architectural Innovation for Children with Special Needs: Adoption of the Sensory Design Theory in the design of a Center for Special Education – Magda Mostafa, PhD, Associate Chair and Associate Professor of Design, Department of Architecture, the American University in Cairo, Special Needs Design Associate, Progressive Architects, Cairo, Egypt – Ahmed Sherif, D. Arch. Professor and Chairman, Department of Architecture, The American University in Cairo, Egypt

12h40 – 13h40 – Lunch Break


Session 10  (Room 01)

Healthcare Facilities of the Future (Part 2)

13h40 – 14h00 – USA
Evidence-based Innovations: Acuity Adaptable Nursing Platform – Cathryn Bang, FAIA, FACHA, LEED-AP Fellow, CEO CATHRYN BANG + PARTNERS ARCHITECTS New York

14h00 – 14h20 – Norway
Smart Hospital Architecture Enterprise Building Information Model/Architecture Hospitalière Intelligente : BIM in Norway – Johan van der Zwart, researcher Architecture & Health, NTNU Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Faculty of Architecture & Design

14h20 – 14h40 – Italy
Flexibility and Prefabrication for Future Healthcare Facilities: the case of Open Room – Stefano Capolongo, Architect and Full professor at Politecnico di Milano, dept. ABC, CNETO general secretary, expert in hospital planning – Andrea Brambilla, M.Arch and PhD student at Politecnico di Milano, dept. ABC – Marco Gola: architect and PhD student at Politecnico di Milano, dept. ABC.

14h40 – 15h00 -Italy
Evaluation methods of space organization and fl exibility in a Complex Operating Block – Roberta Baldi (radiology technician, University Hospital Siena), Caterina Bianciardin (engineer, University Hospital Siena), Gabriele Cevenini (engineer, University of Siena), Fabrizio Dori (engineer, University Hospital Siena), Marco Geddes da Filicaia (physician, University of Florence, DINFO), Katia Leolini (nurse, University Hospital Siena), Luca Marzi (architect, University of Florence-TESIS Centre), Vincenzo Mezzatesta (engineer, University Hospital Siena), Nicoletta Setola (architect, University of Florence- TESIS Centre)

15h00 – 15h15– Break


Session 11  (Room 02)

Architecture for an Aging Population and Behavorial Health (Part 2)

13h40 – 14h00 – Germany
Come to your senses – sensual hospital architecture for people at cognitive risk – Dr. Ing. Birgit Dietz | Architect AKG | Gerontology uni.cert.

14h00 – 14h20 – USA
Lighting and Nurses Performance -Minahil Hussain & Shireen Kanakri, PhD, Architect, EDRA, Ball State University

14h20 – 14h40 – USA
The Effects of Nature and Art on Children With Autism: How Does Their Behavior Change When Engaged With Nature and E1pressing Their Art – Niyyinnah Jefferson& Shireen Kanakri, PhD, Architect, EDRA, Ball State University

14h40 – 15h00 – USA
The Impact of Labor Room Environment and Interior Design Features on the Course of Labor and Early – Iryna B.Yefi mchuk & Shireen Kanakri, PhD, Architect, EDRA, Ball State University

15h00 – 15h15 – Break

15h15 – 16h15 – Award Ceremony
Architecture Student Competition

16h15 – Closing Seminar Ceremony


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