Through a close reading of a single photograph from the 1980s, architectural historian Megan Brien demonstrates how the spatial dynamics and design features of a hospital ward shaped patient identities and behaviour. As Adrian
Beata Gubacsi shares some of the highlights from the “Palliative Care, Architecture and Design Symposium” held at the University of Liverpool in November, and her trip to the “Design/Play/Disrupt” gaming exhibition at the Victoria and
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