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Before he died in 2007, the legendary Japanese architect Kisho Kurokawa sketched out a swirling, ‘dragon-tailed’ cancer care centre in Swansea. Now the UK’s 13th Maggie’s Centre has been completed in titanium-studded concrete by Garbers James
When writer and garden designer Maggie Keswick Jencks was diagnosed with breast cancer in 1993, together with her husband, the architectural writer Charles Jencks, she set about her creating a charity project to provide cancer sufferers with expert support within a more sympathetic built environment.
The Maggie’s Centre certainly provided a stern test of the capabilities of precast concrete supplier Thorp Precast. The job involved creating 56 precast panels, and although many of these were similar, very few were identical.
Project manager quizzed on notebooks “binned” months after fire while boss seeks to justify pre-appointment talks with Rydon
Board of retirement housebuilder McCarthy Stone backs buy out by US private equity giant
KCTMO director accepts contact with bidder put procurement exercise at risk of challenge but says it was not illegal
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