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The dying patient: Taboo, controversy and missing terms of reference for designers—an architectural perspective (2020)
Journal Article
Bellamy, A., Clark, S., & Anstey, S. (in press). The dying patient: Taboo, controversy and missing terms of reference for designers—an architectural perspective. Medical Humanities, https://doi.org/10.1136/medhum-2020-011969

Contemporary society has grown seemingly detached from the realities of growing old and subsequently, dying. A consequence, perhaps, of death becoming increasingly overmedicalised, nearly one in two UK nationals die institutional deaths. In this arti... Read More about The dying patient: Taboo, controversy and missing terms of reference for designers—an architectural perspective.

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.