Integrated living for people with memory decline

Tuesday June 14
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Friday June 17
At 00:00–23:59
Exhibition
People first: quality of housing as quality of living
Aalto University, Department of Architecture, Health and Wellbeing Architecture
Online

Target group:
Housing designers and developers, housing service providers, general public

Event description:
The MonIA-project is a research and development project focused on looking for integrated, diverse and communal living solutions that promote independence, quality of life and wellbeing for people with memory decline. The exhibition shows the Master’s thesis of Aalto University students who produce research and design theses exploring the topic from the perspectives of architecture, interior architecture, service design, landscape architecture and urban design based on cases proposed by the consortium partners.

The project is directed by SOTERA research group at Aalto University School of Architecture and lead by professor Health and Wellbeing Architecture Laura Arpiainen. The project consortium includes the Finnish Ministry of the Environment and the Housing Finance and Development Centre of Finland (ARA), the Cities of Helsinki, Jyväskylä, Pori, Porvoo, Kirkkonummi, Yrjö ja Hanna Foundation and Saint-Gobain Finland Oy/ Ecophon.

Registration is not required.

Organizer's contact details:
Aalto University, Department of Architecture, Health and Wellbeing Architecture
Laura Arpiainen
laura.arpiainen@aalto.fi

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