Intergenerational Living, Architecture for Community

Intergenerational Living, Architecture for Community

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Both aging baby boomers and families who want their children to grow up in age-diverse environments are increasingly interested in forming intergenerational communities, yet housing design and development are lacking.

In this conversation, Professor Siepl-Coates shares what architecture can do to provide such opportunities and presents international case studies and student projects. She has taught at Kansas State University since 1984. Students in her graduate level design studios study and develop ideas for intergenerational living. Most recently, her research has focused on environments for palliative care architecture. Download: Intergenerational Communities – Siepl-Coates

Conversation Details:

November 20, 2014, 6-8 p.m.
Ed Roberts Campus, (Koret Conference Room)
3075 Adeline Street, Berkeley CA

A conversation with Professor Siepl-Coates on November 20, 2014

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