26 Nov '14, 4pm

A wonderful place for cancer patients to recuperate:

How do you make someone who is fighting cancer feel better? Wilkinson Eyre 's stilt-supported Maggie's Centre in England is a prefab treehouse that offers cancer patients and their families a place to recuperate in nature. The Oxford center provides a tranquil, elevated space along with staff whose job it is to support patients. Its three spruce-clad wings are raised on pillars that look like tree trunks, creating the sense of being high up in the treetops.

Full article: http://inhabitat.com/the-18th-maggies-centre-is-an-elevat...

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