Alzheimer's Disease is a form of dementia, one of a range of conditions that progressively degrades the synaptic connections within our brains. It brings about a loss of those faculties that allow us to orientate ourselves and to remember.
Our report is a reflection on the lessons learnt through designing and revisiting buildings for people with dementia. It has two complementary components: a website that collates a mosaic of conversations, drawings, stories and experiment
“I’m most interested in trying to understand how young individuals can become autonomous as quickly as possible, can become self-supporting as quickly as possible and can execute their dreams as quickly as possible.” Earlier this month, the architect and educator Peter Zellner announced plans to start a new, cost-free institution for architectural education — the Free School of Architecture — next summer in Los Angeles. The primary motivation for his proposal seems to be a se