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Title: Architecture for dementia. Stirling Gold: 2008-2020
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Editor(s): Palmer, Lesley
Wallace, Katie
Hutchinson, Lynsey
Citation: Palmer L, Wallace K & Hutchinson L (eds.) (2021) Architecture for dementia. Stirling Gold: 2008-2020. Stirling, Scotland: University of Stirling.
Issue Date: 2021
Date Deposited: 22-Apr-2021
Publisher: University of Stirling
Abstract: ‘Architecture for dementia’ is a compendium of international architecture projects each awarded the world renowned DSDC building accreditation ‘Gold’ award for dementia design. This fundamental body of work provides an overview of the creative and evolving realm of designing for dementia from 2008-2020. The illustrated case studies exemplified encompass a variety of building scales, typologies and geographies. Each project offers solutions and suggestions on how to design dementia-inclusive environments whilst responding to their own context and the regional variations in care, societal attitudes and economies. This compendium illustrates in vivid detail the shifting attitudes to dementia design and the role the built environment can play to support people living with dementia.
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Type: Book
Affiliation: Dementia Services Development Centre
Dementia Services Development Centre
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