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Living Well with Dementia Pt.2

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The following article is Part 2 of our Living with Dementia series. Please click here to read Part 1!...


Is Vancouver Ready to Grow from Laneways to Living Lanes?

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...into thriving social spaces, while remaining open to all types of mobility. Translated to “living yard” or “living lane”, woonerfs emerged in the Netherlands during the 1960s and 70s, but...


Senior Living in the City

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...favour of the amenities and sociability of the city We are living longer and the proportion of older people is rising rapidly; we are staying active longer and expectations of...


A Window into the Future of Urban Living

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...Urban Living. The report covers not only the changing forms of urban living, but how designers and city makers are addressing these changes. From tool libraries, to micro-living furniture, creative...


The Next Generation of Family-Friendly Urban Living

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Until now, coliving has targeted the single entrepreneur or global nomad whose desire to connect to the community is as important as connecting to the Wi-Fi. For young transient workers,...


Building Living Shorelines

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...As described by the National Ocean and Atmospheric Administration, there are additional sustainability benefits to these “living” designs: “Living shorelines are a green infrastructure technique using native vegetation alone or...


Living Well with Dementia Pt.1

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...are currently living with dementia and the World Health Organisation predicts that this will grow to 152 million by 2050. Not only do we have to learn to live with...


Living Alone, Together

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Across most of the western world, more people are living alone in cities than ever before. In New York City, one third of residents live alone, up from 5% nationally...


Re-Decorating the Public Living Room

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...and deploy publicness within the process itself. If we are going to continue to emphasize the public realm as ‘the public living room’, shouldn’t its dwellers be able to redecorate?...

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