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Case study: John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford

As the primary environmental modifier in any new building, the facade can represent up to 35 per cent of construction costs. It is therefore essential that the architect, facade engineer and structural engineer step out of their traditional design silos to collaborate on the facade as a shared element.

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