DESIGNING SUPPORTED HOUSING
Are you or your agency designing supported housing? If so, then this download can really help you.
There are differences between sheltered housing, supported housing and extra care, but no clear definition for any of them and government initiatives are surprisingly contradictory. More over, a cursory scan of the type of building produced for the supported-housing sector suggests innovation in design is undervalued.
To cast a light on this muddles sector, AJ brought together a team of architects to discuss the complexities of designing supported housing. Three agencies, DMA, BPTW and Quattro Design, were invited to come and share their experiences and provide tips to other architects in the field.
Read what the experts had to say and the tips they shared by downloading this exclusive supplement. You can download it for free when you subscribe today.
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