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Zero to One Hundred – Planning for an Aging Population
A toolkit for designing age-friendly cities
How do we age in our cities?
A podcast of the architect’s keynote at the international WAF festival
- Updated Inspiration
Published in 2018, this book addresses the challenges that seniors face in both urban and rural communities and how they differ from those of the general population. The text includes a series of toolkits related to each chapter in the book and includes material on policy, local government, housing, community design guidelines as well as incentivizing age-friendly development. It was recognized by the Canadian Institute of Planners with a National Award of Merit for its holistic approach to the topic and innovative path from knowledge to mobilization.