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Can Architecture Affect Your Health

by Charles Jencks

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Can architecture be good for your health? Can architecture provide love and solace? Can it actually be healing? With cancer patients, could it affect the longevity of life, or make a difference with outcomes? And if so, then what characteristics must it possess? Acclaimed architect Charles Jencks shares his experiences with the cancer caring centres that he devised together with his wife Maggie Keswick, who herself died of cancer in 1995.

Arnhem, 2012, 11 x 18cm,
Price: £12.95