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The insider vs the outsider: Architectural investigations of palliative care environments as both researcher and daughter (2020)
Presentation / Conference
Bellamy, A. (2020, April). The insider vs the outsider: Architectural investigations of palliative care environments as both researcher and daughter. Paper presented at AHRA Young Researchers Symposium, Newcastle University

Architect Niall McLaughlin states successful design stems from an ability to “…imagine what it is to be someone else experiencing a place. This intuition is the cornerstone of an architect’s role.” Through architectural education and practice, first-... Read More about The insider vs the outsider: Architectural investigations of palliative care environments as both researcher and daughter.

Where do you want to die? (2018)
Presentation / Conference
Bellamy, A. (2018, October). Where do you want to die?. Presented at RIBA Research Matters Conference 2018, University of Sheffield, Sheffield Hallam

Designing dying well: Toward a new architectural approach of in-patient palliative care environments (2018)
Presentation / Conference
Bellamy, A. (2018, October). Designing dying well: Toward a new architectural approach of in-patient palliative care environments. Presented at Marie Curie Annual Palliative Care Research Conference, Royal Society of Medicine, London

Neither a ‘hospital’ nor a ‘home’; the in-patient hospice has a unique architectural identity remaining largely undocumented. There is a plethora of architectural research regarding more common-place healthcare buildings such as hospitals and care-ho... Read More about Designing dying well: Toward a new architectural approach of in-patient palliative care environments.

Designing dying well: A question of homeliness (2018)
Presentation / Conference
Bellamy, A. (2018, September). Designing dying well: A question of homeliness. Poster presented at Materialities of Care - Buildings in the Making Conference, University of York, UK

A place for mortality: In-patient hospice architecture and its role in a dignified death (2017)
Presentation / Conference
Bellamy, A. (2017, August). A place for mortality: In-patient hospice architecture and its role in a dignified death. Paper presented at "STS (In)Sensibilities" 4S Society for Social Sciences Annual International Conference, Boston, United States of America

This paper explores the role of design and architecture within palliative care environments to influence a positive experience of dying. As more demands are placed on in-patient hospices, many providers look to rejuvenate their facilities. Can multi-... Read More about A place for mortality: In-patient hospice architecture and its role in a dignified death.