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Patients at St Bartholomew's Hospital, Lodnon in 1929 being wheeled out in their beds

Typology: Hospitals

Ancient civilisation advocated letting the wider world’s healing power flow through the body and mind, but the industrialisation of healthcare isolated patients from these larger contexts. From city centres to sylvan settings, today’s hospitals must reintegrate the public realm into the healing process

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