Inclusive Spaces: Scott Brownrigg return to the RCA for the Helen Hamlyn Awards

Inclusive Spaces: Scott Brownrigg return to the RCA for the Helen Hamlyn Awards

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“Supporting the Helen Hamlyn Awards is not just an honour but our responsibility. How else can we hope to create sustainable, accessible products and places?”

Laurence Orsini, Project Director and Helen Hamlyn Design Awards Judge

Reinforcing our commitment to create inclusive and innovative spaces, Scott Brownrigg are returning to the Royal College of Art (RCA) to renew our support of the Helen Hamlyn Design Awards.

Our sponsorship of the Design Award for Inclusive Spaces cements our dedication to corporate social responsibility, which remains integral to our vision. Recognising design that enhances lives must always be part of the culture of our industry.

The award champions creative solutions to make our future cities, public spaces and private spaces more inclusive of the needs and aspirations of people of all ages and abilities.

Nominated projects are on display at the annual RCA Graduation Shows.

Awards are given in each of the Helen Hamlyn Centre for Design's three research space areas – Social & Global, Age & Diversity and Healthcare. There is also a special overall prize given personally by Helen Hamlyn. Entrants are nominated by Royal College of Art professors and heads of programme.

The RCA will announce the winners of the Helen Hamlyn Awards 2019 on Monday 1 July 2019.

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