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Finding shared ambitions to design for change : Building the AZ Groeninge hospital. / Galle, Waldo; Herthogs, Pieter.

Healthcare Architecture as Infrastructure: Open Building in Practice. ed. / Stephen H. Kendall. Routledge, 2019. p. 108.

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Harvard

Galle, W & Herthogs, P 2019, Finding shared ambitions to design for change: Building the AZ Groeninge hospital. in SH Kendall (ed.), Healthcare Architecture as Infrastructure: Open Building in Practice. Routledge, pp. 108.

APA

Galle, W., & Herthogs, P. (2019). Finding shared ambitions to design for change: Building the AZ Groeninge hospital. In S. H. Kendall (Ed.), Healthcare Architecture as Infrastructure: Open Building in Practice (pp. 108). Routledge.

Vancouver

Galle W, Herthogs P. Finding shared ambitions to design for change: Building the AZ Groeninge hospital. In Kendall SH, editor, Healthcare Architecture as Infrastructure: Open Building in Practice. Routledge. 2019. p. 108

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Galle, Waldo ; Herthogs, Pieter. / Finding shared ambitions to design for change : Building the AZ Groeninge hospital. Healthcare Architecture as Infrastructure: Open Building in Practice. editor / Stephen H. Kendall. Routledge, 2019. pp. 108

BibTeX

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