ACSW Architects is pleased and humbled to announce that Hospice of Acadiana’s Calcutta House has been named the first-place winner of the Senior Housing News Architecture & Design Awards in the hospice category. This facility, completed in 2021, has already proven to be an example for Hospice facilities nationally and will continue to make an impact in the Acadiana area and beyond for years to come.
The success of this project is thanks to a wonderful collaboration between the team at Hospice of Acadiana, Triad Construction, and ACSW lead designers Gregory Damico, AIA, and Kait Dooley, NCIDQ.
Of the project, Hospice of Acadiana Foundation Executive Director Kacee Thompson says, “Everyone that comes through this space realizes how important the project was to everyone involved. They appreciate the details and the thought that went into the space, especially from the patient and the caregiver perspective.”
ACSW is a Lafayette-based firm with a combined 57-year history of designing award-winning projects for all typologies from master planning to interiors to commercial and civic architecture.
Learn more about Calcutta House here.