Angmering Grange, our state-of-the-art care home in Angmering, West Sussex has won a prestigious design award.
Our newest home was recently awarded the Care Home Design award at the esteemed Healthcare Property Lunch held in London out of a whopping 215 entries.
The awards, which are organised by estate agents Knight Frank, seek to recognise design excellence in care home businesses across the country.
Angmering Grange, which officially opened in June this year, offers an array of outstanding features, including a cinema with a star-light ceiling, pick n mix section and drinks fridge, a café with an adjoining bar area, two luxurious hair salons, and a traditional ice cream parlour which is positioned in the centre of the dementia community to aid reminiscence.
With 74 en-suite beds catering for residential, dementia, and nursing care, our home boasts six luxurious suites on the ground floor with a kitchenette and an adjoining patio and 10 on the third floor which form part of The Residence’s offering. Meanwhile on the dementia community there is a sensory namaste room for residents living with dementia, an activity room and garden room which is used for art, music, pottering and bird watching.
Meanwhile, outside there is spectacular landscaped gardens and two large terraces, a summer house, gardening club area with raised planters, a Royal Mail post-box and fitness equipment for resident use.
Interior Designer at Hallmark Care Homes, Chloe Morgan said:
“We are over the moon for winning the prestigious Knight Frank, Care Home Design of the year Award. It means the world to us to be acknowledged for our commitment to creating a warm, homely, nurturing and uplifting environment for residents. We place our heart and soul into all of our designs, with our residents and team at the forefront of this. It is a reminder that thoughtful design is not just about aesthetics but also about enhancing the quality of life for those we care for. This award inspires us to continue crafting spaces that truly feel like home.”
Angmering Grange has also been shortlisted for the Care Home Design title at this year’s Leaders in Care Awards.