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Nightingale Awards Recognize the Best Healthcare Products

01 February, 2014


The winners of the 2013 Nightingale Awards were announced at 
an awards ceremony on November 18 at the Healthcare Design Conference in Orlando. Sponsored by Contract magazine in conjunction with the Healthcare Design Conference, The Center 
for Health Design, and Vendome Group, The Nightingale Awards recognize contributions to the healthcare built environment through product design and innovation that promotes healing. The awards 
were presented at the conference by Contract Editor in Chief 
John Czarnecki and Rosalyn Cama.

A panel of six healthcare architects, interior designers, and facilities managers judged the products. The Best of Competition 
award went to CF Stinson for its Funnybone fabric.

The category winners are:

Carpet
Gold: Patcraft for Butterfly Effect

Silver: Mannington Commercial for Design Classics

Fabrics & Textiles
Gold & Best of Competition: CF Stinson for Funnybone

Flooring: Hard Surface & Resilient
Gold: Mannington Commercial for Enlighten

Silver: Mondo for Kayar

Seating: Guest/Lounge
Gold: aeris-Impulsmöbel for muvman

Window Shading & Treatments
Gold: MechoSystems for ZipGlide



The Nightingale Product Design Awards program began in 1990. Introduced by Contract magazine’s editors and The Center for 
Health Design’s founders, the Nightingale Awards remain the 
industry’s only awards program for healthcare products related 
to the built environment.

Named after Florence Nightingale, one of the judging criteria 
for the awards is the product’s contribution to a healing environment. Other criteria include functionality, quality and durability, aesthetics  and style, pricing, and innovation. The winners were selected through 
a jury process just prior to the conference’s opening.

The 2013 jurors were Sachin Behere, senior design consultant, Ambient Experience Design, Philips Design Healthcare; Donald Cremers, senior associate/interior design, HOK; Courtney Johnson, regional interiors practice leader, Perkins+Will; Janet W. Kobylka, principal, Health Design Source; Karen Muraoka, principal, Karen Muraoka Interior Design; and Marjorie Sobylak, senior project manager, interiors, Office of Facilities Development, New York-Presbyterian. 




Nightingale Awards Recognize the Best Healthcare Products

01 February, 2014


The winners of the 2013 Nightingale Awards were announced at 
an awards ceremony on November 18 at the Healthcare Design Conference in Orlando. Sponsored by Contract magazine in conjunction with the Healthcare Design Conference, The Center 
for Health Design, and Vendome Group, The Nightingale Awards recognize contributions to the healthcare built environment through product design and innovation that promotes healing. The awards 
were presented at the conference by Contract Editor in Chief 
John Czarnecki and Rosalyn Cama.

A panel of six healthcare architects, interior designers, and facilities managers judged the products. The Best of Competition 
award went to CF Stinson for its Funnybone fabric.

The category winners are:

Carpet
Gold: Patcraft for Butterfly Effect

Silver: Mannington Commercial for Design Classics

Fabrics & Textiles
Gold & Best of Competition: CF Stinson for Funnybone

Flooring: Hard Surface & Resilient
Gold: Mannington Commercial for Enlighten

Silver: Mondo for Kayar

Seating: Guest/Lounge
Gold: aeris-Impulsmöbel for muvman

Window Shading & Treatments
Gold: MechoSystems for ZipGlide



The Nightingale Product Design Awards program began in 1990. Introduced by Contract magazine’s editors and The Center for 
Health Design’s founders, the Nightingale Awards remain the 
industry’s only awards program for healthcare products related 
to the built environment.

Named after Florence Nightingale, one of the judging criteria 
for the awards is the product’s contribution to a healing environment. Other criteria include functionality, quality and durability, aesthetics  and style, pricing, and innovation. The winners were selected through 
a jury process just prior to the conference’s opening.

The 2013 jurors were Sachin Behere, senior design consultant, Ambient Experience Design, Philips Design Healthcare; Donald Cremers, senior associate/interior design, HOK; Courtney Johnson, regional interiors practice leader, Perkins+Will; Janet W. Kobylka, principal, Health Design Source; Karen Muraoka, principal, Karen Muraoka Interior Design; and Marjorie Sobylak, senior project manager, interiors, Office of Facilities Development, New York-Presbyterian. 

 


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