Create Aesthetically Pleasing Senior Housing Communities and Amenity Spaces
As more senior living community operators adapt to meet rising demand for more integrated, multigenerational housing options, architects and designers are seeking new ideas for renovating or building new communities that incorporate the latest amenity spaces, wellness features, technologies, and living options for seniors. Outdoor activity spaces and dining options are also an essential feature in today’s leading senior living communities.
Environments for Aging’s trend reports and project profiles highlight how the use of aesthetically pleasing materials and furnishings, views to nature, outdoor amenity spaces, courtyards, and gardens improve residents’ living environments and take senior living to the next level. Environments for Aging highlights must-read articles about interior design trends and community planning to inspire new ideas and approaches for your next affordable senior housing and multigenerational housing project.
Don’t Miss the Latest Trends and Projects in Affordable and Multigenerational Senior Housing
Environments for Aging has recently featured cutting-edge senior living projects from around the country, including Aegis of Queen Anne at Rodgers Park, Benedict House, The Georgian Lakeside, St. Francis Villa, and Rose Villa. These projects incorporate a range of materials, layouts, and operational programs, reflecting the strategic approach to senior living design that’s necessary to create appealing environments and profitable organizations. Additionally, Environments for Aging focuses on the business of design, sharing insight into the operational side of senior living by talking with facility planners, construction experts, and design firms, as well as profiles of leading senior housing communities and firms.