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Architecture for an Ageing Population

Architecture for an Ageing Population

HammondCare's newest dementia care home at Miranda, Sydney, features in a new book, Architecture for an Ageing Population.

The full colour book provides a comprehensive review of architectural trends in 23 aged care communities, featuring outstanding designs from small scale to large campuses and designs that address the opportunities and challenges of ageing populations around the globe.

Published by the International Association of Homes and Services for the Ageing (IAHSA) and Images Publishing, Architecture for an Ageing Population covers 23 outstanding projects in the areas of assisted living, continuing care retirement communities and nursing homes and represents the best current work designed by architects for the world's growing aged population.

Each project is presented with photographs, detailed plans and statistics - illuminating the high level of research, planning and community involvement that goes into these advancements in living environments for seniors.οΎ  This comprehensive review of architectural design trends in aged care will appeal to aged care providers, developers, users, and advocates, as well as architects, interior designers, landscapers and other design professionals.

The architect for HammondCare Miranda was Allen Jack + Cottier, who say of the project, "The development is overlaid with a sense of place within each house that is distilled from 'home'."


Product details

Hardcover: 224 pages
Publisher: Images/IAHSA
Language: English
Dimensions: 300 x 223 x 25mm Shipping weight: 1440 grams




Price

$64.00 (inc GST)

RRP: $64.00