By Karen Howell Landscape Architect Director Iteriad Q: The important role played by good landscape design in the creation of therapeutic mental health facilities. We
Creating the right environment for people with mental health is paramount to their recovery and we don’t believe the standard is high enough. We’re here to raise the bar.
Founded in 2006, our Design in Mental Health Network is the only dedicated, non-for-profit organisation focused on designing solution-led environments for mental health patients that will support their well-being and recovery journey.
Our growing network is open to anyone with an interest in the design of mental health facilities and is inclusive of Clinical Experts and Architects through to Manufacturers and Estate owners. Collectively, they share their expertise and empower organisations to create well-designed environments that will make a difference.
Together, through design, we can help change lives.
News AND UPDATES
Work is about to commence with Archus Ltd and NHS England and NHS Improvement on Health Building Note (HBN) 03-04 – Medium Secure Units. To
Informed Choices: an overview of BRE & Design in Mental Health Network’s Testing Guidance for Products used in Mental Health
Thursday 10 September 16:00-17:00 This session will provide an overview of the new testing guidance, and how architects and clients can use it within their
DiMHN have a series of events planned throughout 2022. As restrictions relax, we hope to see more and more of our community face-to-face!
8,9 June 2022
DIMHN Conference & Exhibition
We’re excited to be hosting the major event at Coventry Building Society Arena once again this year. An informative and entertaining conference programme is supported by an expanding list of professional exhibitors.