Savista’s first build shortlisted for international design award

by Francesca

Care home construction company Savista Developments are celebrating following the announcement that their first project has been shortlisted for an international design award.

Henley Manor Care Home in Henley-on-Thames, operated by Savista’s sister company, Hallmark Care Homes, is in the running for the ‘Healthcare and Wellness Design’ award at the esteemed SBID International Design Awards.

The awards, which are organised by The Society of British International Interior Design, seek to recognise design excellence ranging across commercial and residential interior spaces.

Managing Director at Savista Developments and Chair of Hallmark Care Homes, Avnish Goyal said: “We are absolutely delighted to be shortlisted for such a prestigious award.

“Henley Manor provides innovative solutions to care and a lot of consideration has gone into this home to ensure we are meeting the ever-changing needs of the residents.

“Winning would be such a fantastic achievement for both teams at Savista and Hallmark Care Homes.”

The 80-bed, £8.5 million pound facility which opened in January this year includes; a hair salon, therapy room, cinema and café.

The beautiful landscaped gardens include an outdoor putting green, aviary, greenhouse, living wall and waterwall.

The home also features many design elements developed specifically for people living with dementia. It includes reminiscent images of Henley for local residents and large balconies providing relaxing outdoor spaces.  The home also features coloured and textured walls chosen specifically for their benefits for those residents living with dementia.

The winners are decided via a voting system and will be announced at Grosvenor House in October 2021, where the winners across 17 categories will receive an SBID International Design Award 2021 trophy, specially created by Czech glass specialist Sans Souci Glass Deco. To vote for Henley Manor Care Home and show your support click here.

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