Older people are not necessarily disabled people but may be more liable to risks. How can buildings be designed to meet their needs?
The principle of lifetime homes is a house adaptable to changing needs - pushchair replaced by bike or surfboard replaced by walking frame. Is intergenerational housing the solution?
How do architects in other parts of the world respond to this issue?
Join us and explore these ideas through the Global Architecture Exchanges Topic 3 – How will design cater for the forgotten generation (older people) post-COVID?
*The Global Architecture Exchanges are a unique online series of talks brought to you by the RIBA in collaboration with other professional institutes of architects across the world.
See the programme for Topic 3 (includes speakers from the UK, Ireland, China, Japan, Australia, New Zealand)
The event will be recorded, and the recording will be available at a later date.
Global Architecture Exchanges
Through a series of fast-paced presentations, we are exploring three topics, delivered via four sessions between October and December. Find out how challenges are dealt with in different parts of the world.
Did you miss the previous sessions? Register below to watch them back online.
Topic 1 - Circular architecture (retrofit): how do other countries respond?
Session 1, 27 October – Includes speakers from the UK, Ireland, China, South Korea, Australia, New Zealand
Session 2, 28 October – Includes speakers from the UK, Ireland, USA, Brazil
Topic 2: The relationships between Architecture and Culture – perspectives from across the Globe
17 November session - Includes speakers from the UK, Ireland, China, South Korea, Japan, Australia, New Zealand
These events are jointly hosted by the Royal Institute of British Architects, the American Institute of Architects, the Australian Institute of Architects, the Architectural Society of China, the Council of Architecture and Urbanism in Brazil, the Japan Institute of Architects, the Korean Institute of Architects, the New Zealand Institute of Architects and the Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland.