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Last week, we came a step closer to realising our neighbourhoods of the future.Creating living spaces fit for a world in which, by 2050, the number of those aged 80+ is expected to triple, is a challenge we fully embrace.But 80% of the homes that we will be living ...
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As we begin a new year working for more equitable societies for every generation, we continue our commitment to scanning the horizon in the dynamic world of ageing.And as we near the end of one decade, Ian Spero has explored how we may navigate the next 10 in the W...
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Design impacts almost every aspect of our lives, from the algorithms serving content we're sure to like to the new cycle lanes inspiring more of us to ride to work. As societies around the world find their populations living longer, more are having to find new ways to rethin...
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With 80% of the homes that we will be living in by 2050 already built, retrofit for ageing is the big housing story We each have our own life soundtrack. For boomers coming of age during the 60’s The Who’s “My Generation” became part of a collective, generational pla...
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