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'they create very inhabitable environments and are able to address highly complex issues at a human scale'

Witherford Watson Mann's design for social housing for the over-50s in Gistel, Belgium, arranges 12 apartments and a café around a courtyard. The housing is organised on two levels. To maximise privacy, ground-floor living areas are oriented to the rear, while those on the first floor face the front.

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