Sunday, 18 October 2015

Architecture of Health

If you can write a piece on the architecture of health, you could win £500 plus publication. I'll have to give this one a miss, as I'm not entirely sure I understand the question.

Tomatoes are healthy, aren't they? I don't think that's any help, but I don't have a photo of a hospital.

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  1. That's a strange one - will need to study it again!

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    1. If you work it out, can you explain it to me?

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  2. I don't understand this one either Patsy!

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  3. Hi Patsy - interesting topic and if I wasn't going away I might do something. Wonderful garden produce - looks good ... cheers Hilary

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    1. Interesting yes, Hilary - and a little confusing!

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  4. hmmm... arch-uh-tect-ure of health?

    Got me too

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    1. I'd say it arch-eh-tect-ure. That doesn't help though.

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  5. That may reduce the competition for those who do enter. :-)

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  6. I suppose that architecture of health is a technical term which we mere writers don't get. Like everyone else, I'm leaving this to the real architects.

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    1. Maybe it's all the sitting around in our PJs, Charlie - we're not healthy enough to get it.

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  7. I've read the brief, and have to admit, i have no clear idea what they want?
    Will have to think about it.

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    1. I'm going to skip it in favour of something easier, Maria.

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  8. "architecture of health" Hmm...health isn't a subject I usually write about, but that prize sure sounds nice. :)

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