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2018-11-29 18:00:002018-11-29 20:00:00America/New_YorkAIANY Design for Aging Committee MeetingThe committees of AIA New York are the foundations from whic
Center for Architecture
Nov 29, 2018
The committees of AIA New York are the foundations from which the Chapter positions itself in the field of architecture, whether through discussion, advocacy, policy making and development, event and exhibition planning, or other endeavors.
Committees meet monthly, usually at the Center for Architecture. AIA members, AIA associate members, and general public are all welcome to participate.
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Agenda, November 29, 2018, 6:00pm – 7:30pm
Presentation / Discussion: 6:00pm – 6:40pm
Karen Kraskow will present her draft Keynote slides on bus and subway interiors and what we bring to them.
On-going Initiatives: 6:40 pm
Additional distribution and press for the Aging in Place Guide – largely complete, with substantial inventory only of info cards remaining.
Committee support/interaction with ARCHIVE GLOBAL group on developing their NYC Open Innovation Competition, to improve the design of open space accessible to vulnerable, elderly New Yorkers.
Events in Formation for 2019 – Draft Topics Shared at AIANY Planning Day
Panel Topic #1: Shared Housing/Co-Housing. Evolving and Existing Typologies and How They Work for Senior / Intergenerational Living
Panel Topic #2: New Models for Senior Healthcare. Outpatient “Wellness Centers,” Geriatric Emergency Rooms, etc.
Panel Topic #3: (with possible related tours): Seasoned Advocates of Design for Aging.
Many Neighborhood-based and City-wide Advocacy Groups were formed in the 1960’s and ’70’s (SAGE, Operation GreenThumb, Good Old Lower East Side, etc.)
What have they learned and how do they see the current design needs of older New Yorkers and their neighborhoods?
Panel Topic #4: (with possible related tours): Evolving Design Approaches for Public Open Space.
Parks without Borders
Active Design for Seniors
ARCHIVE GLOBAL competition initiative to create optimal neighborhood open space that improves health of low income seniors
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