Hospitals on the time axis: trends in the real world and implications for architectural education.

Abstract

Hospitals are never finished, and in the best cases they retain value and coherence for decades while they adjust in response to the dynamics of the healthcare field. In the worst cases, the facility is demolished, incapable of accommodating cycles of change. These are well known but poorly documented realities. Today, it is not unusual for one architect to… (More)

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