The NY School of Interior Design is opening its spring exhibition: "Maggie's Centres: A Brueprint for Cancer Care." It comes to show how architecture, landscape architecture, and art are used to create supportive and welcoming environments for cancer patients and their families. Conceived by the late Maggie Keswick Jenks with her husband, renowned architect and architectural critic Charles Jencks as a direct response to her own experience with cancer, there are currently 17 Maggie's Centres across the UK and beyond. They are designed by such architects as Frank Gehry, Rem Koolhaas, Piers Gough, Richard Rogers, and Steven Holl. What a wonderful topic.