June 1, 2016

Design For An Ageing Population

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A compilation of knowledge from architects, other built environment professionals and researchers about design for older people, including people with dementia.

The Royal Institute of British Architects has collected a vast amount of existing knowledge from architects, other built environment professionals and researchers about design for older people, including people with dementia.


Experts have written introductions for a number of the key themes for use in practice or as a starting point to explore the research.

This information has been compiled on its website under the heading Design For An Ageing Population, and is freely available at architecture.com

Extract from

Australian Journal of Dementia Care

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Image credit: excerpt from Contemporary Almshouse in Southwark© Witherford Watson Mann architects, featured in the RIBA Research Symposium 2014: Design for Ageing

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