Scott Brownrigg is proud to be supporting the 2016 Helen Hamlyn Design Awards.
The practice is sponsoring the Design Award for Inclusive Spaces which focuses upon ideas that can make our future cities, public spaces and private spaces more inclusive of the needs and aspirations of people of all ages and abilities.
The awards, organised by the Royal College of Art’s Helen Hamlyn Centre for Design, recognise outstanding graduate design projects that contribute to improving quality of life. Entrants are nominated by Royal College of Art professors and heads of department, with nominated projects displayed at the annual Royal College of Art Graduation Shows. Awards are given in each of the Helen Hamlyn Centre for Design's three research labs: Age & Ability, Work & City and Healthcare. There is also a special overall prize given personally by Helen Hamlyn.
The Battersea office has supported these awards for a number of years and the sponsorship reflects Scott Brownrigg’s commitment to creating inclusive, innovative spaces, as well as the practice’s dedication to corporate social responsibility which remains an integral part of our vision.
Winners will be announced at an awards ceremony on 28 June.