I look forward to sharing the book with my sibs, friends and colleagues this Holiday season.
Done right, our housing will provide a mirror of who we really are inside now, and our space will be designed so that it nurtures us and feed our souls every day.
A series of expensive and impersonal interiors, all minimalist, metal and chrome, none having anything to do with older age living much less with lives lived.
this wasn't quite what I was expecting - the dwellings are pretty 'high end' and so far I don't see a lot of advice I can usePublished 7 months ago by caffeine
I am the target demographic for a book by architect Wid Chapman and gerontologist Jeffrey P. Rosenfeld titled, Unassisted Living: Ageless Homes for Later Life. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Stephen T. Hopkins
My wife and I may well be the target market for this book. Avg age 63, we will be remodeling our home in then next few years to better accommodate the grandkids, offer guests more... Read morePublished on March 9, 2012 by Jonathan
This is a great book for anyone interested in the relationship between aging (especially boomers) and housing design. Read morePublished on January 29, 2012 by Richard A. Perras
This is a magnificent book, very well researched.Layout is very well thought out.It is for the "now generation",the baby boomers that are active, well,(hopefully have money) and... Read morePublished on January 25, 2012 by joy