Dezeen Wire: in a review for The Guardian, architecture critic Jonathan Glancey says that the new Maggie's centre in Nottingham is like something out of a fairytale and "is clearly designed to make visitors smile" – The Guardian
Glancey claims that architect Piers Gough of CZWG and fashion designer Paul Smith, who was responsible for the interior, have triumphed in their attempt at creating a homely environment for those affected by cancer, adding: "From a purely architectural and design point of view, few hospital buildings – this side of the other eight Maggie's Centres built in Britain since the 1990s – are as welcoming."
In this movie recorded at Somerset House in London author Max Fraser talks about his Joy of Living project, where designers including John Pawson, Michael Wolfson and Brodie Neill donated artworks based on graph paper to raise money for a cancer charity. More
Over 100 designers including Terence Conran, Tord Boontje, Tom Dixon and Michael Marriott will anonymously exhibit artworks drawn on a piece of A4 graph paper at Somerset House in London next week, before being sold in aid of a cancer charity. More