Theme: buildings for health
Keen to avoid an institutional appearance, architects are rising to the challenge of creating health-related projects with a colourful and cheerful ambience while simultaneously catering for the tough everyday demands placed upon them Architects designing for health and disability have an almost obsessive desire to avoid creating buildings that look and feel institutional.
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