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27.04.17: Buildings that care

The latest AJ focuses on healthcare buildings: the newly opened Maggie’s Forth Valley cancer care centre by Garbers & James; Nelson Mandela Children’s Hospital in Johannesburg by Sheppard Robson with John Cooper Architecture; and Jonathan Clark Architects’ veterinary and training facility for Battersea Dogs & Cats Home. And we examine how hospital design is being influenced by the trend for single-patient rooms. PLUS Full results of the AJ’s general election readers’ poll; how architects can better design for dementia and for deaf people; and Hattie Hartman suggests how the Garden Bridge’s £200 million could be more effectively spent creating a healthier, greener London.

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