Design for Aging Review 10: AIA Design for Aging Knowledge Community

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Images Publishing, 2011 - Architecture - 263 pages
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This compilation of more than 30 outstanding projects in the areas of assisted living, continuing care retirement communities, and nursing homes represents the best current work designed by architects for the ever-increasing aging population. A dedicated jury of architects and providers of senior housing services selected the diverse range of projects featured in this, the sixth volume in the successful Design for Aging series. Each project is presented with photographs, detailed plans, and statistics, illuminating the research behind these advancements in conscientious living environments for seniors. This comprehensive review of architectural design trends in aged care facilities will appeal to providers, developers, users, advocates, architects, and interior, landscape, and other design professionals. Featuring the work of award-winning firms such as Perkins Eastman, JSA, InSite Architects, DiMella Shaffer, RLPS Architects, Dorsky Hodgson Parrish Yue, and many more, Design for Aging Review 10 is presented by the American Institute of Architects (AIA) Design for Aging Knowledge Community in affiliation with the American Association of Homes and Services for the Aging (AAHSA).
 

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Contents

OKOOOMOE
7
DeVries Place Senior Apartments
22
Silver Sage Village Senior Cohousing
30
Hospice of Lancaster County
46
Lenbrook
56
NewBridge on the Charles
66
Sun City Palace Tsukaguchi
76
The Point at CC Young
86
152
104
Porter Hills GREEN HOUSE Homes
158
PlanningConcept Design
174
246
204
Lizard Rock Designs
240
The IOYear Award
247
Index of Architects
262
Copyright

Westminster Village Town Center
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THE AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS was founded in 1857. Through education, community redevelopment, and public outreach activities, the AIA and its 70,000 members work to achieve a more humane built environment and a higher standard of professionalism for architects.

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