Age-Inclusive Public Space
Age-Inclusive Public Space deals with various architectural approaches of how to design public spaces for all ages. The publication works as a dialogue between architects and scientists from different disciplines and offers professionals both inspiration as well as theoretical and practical knowledge. It includes drawings, photographs and illustrations of current built-up areas, historical gardens, art installations and atmospheric landscapes and is especially fitted to the needs of spatial planners.
The editors and Copenhagen-based architects Dominique Hauderowicz and Kristian Ly Serena founded their studio in 2013. In this podcast, Kristian Serena and Marshall Poe from the New Books Network discuss the social potential of architecture and the subject of age inclusion. Find the book here