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Lost in space : architecture and dementia

Author: Eckhard Feddersen; Insa Lüdtke
Publisher: Basel ; Boston : Birkhäuser, 2014.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"How can we provide good spatial orientation for people with dementia? More than 35 million people worldwide currently live with dementia, and the number will double by 2050 according to professional forecasts. This development also presents a unique challenge to architecture and urban planning, because dementia is associated with problems in orientation and, hence, is closely related to spatial contexts. Questions  Read more...
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Additional Physical Format: (GyWOH)har145006294
(GyWOH)har145015335DF
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Eckhard Feddersen; Insa Lüdtke
ISBN: 9783038215004 3038215007
OCLC Number: 896359466
Description: 224 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 30 cm
Contents: Prologue / Jonathan Franzen --
Rediscovering space: dementia as a chance to renew our approach to architecture / Eckhard Feddersen and Insa Lüdtke --
[I.] Architecture and space : Learning, remembering and feeling space / Eckhard Feddersen --
Architecture should be self-evident and comprehensible: an interview with Volkwin Marg --
Change of scenery: one space: different impressions: an interview with Friederike Tebbe --
Sonnweid house: extension of a nursing home, Wetzikon, Switzerland --
Haaptmann's Schlass: care and nursing home for the elderly, Berbourg, Luxemburg --
House of life, nursing home, Solingen, Germany --
Lost: a cultural analysis of the relationship between space and dementia / Ralph Fischer --
[II.] Individual and society : Dementia as a cultural challenge / Andreas Kruse --
Dementia: forms, research and prognoses / Bente Heinig, Markus Zens and Elisabeth Steinhagen-Thiessen --
Dementia: an illness with many repercussions: interdependencies between the family, care services, caregivers and residents / Michael Schmieder --
Alzheimer's: fate or challenge? / Wolf D. Oswald and Monika Wachter --
Music in the therapy of Alzheimer's: an interview with Dorothea Muthesius --
Dance and cognition: an interview with Gabriele Brandstetter --
Midmost: living with dementia / Ann Heylighen, Iris Van Steenwinkel and Chantal Van Audenhove --
[III.] House and courtyard : Layers of living: on the anatomy of the house / Insa Lüdtke --
Typological grids: sustaining the familiar through the full cycle of life / Susan Black --
Light: perception and health / David McNair --
Architectural space, acoustics and dementia / Richard Pollock --
Norra Vram Nursing Home, Norra Vram, Sweden --
Hanna Reemtsma House, Hamburg, Germany --
Gairola House, Gurgaon, Haryana, India --
House of sense memory / Beth Tauke --
[IV.] Block and quarter : A neighbourhood for a lifetime: urban neighbourhoods for the elderly and people with dementia / Dieter Hoffmann-Asthelm --
Meaningful outdoor spaces for people with dementia / Annette Pollock --
Kahla housing for the elderly, Kahla, Germany --
Zollikofen Nursing and Care Centre for the Elderly, Zollikofen, Switzerland --
Home for the elderly and library, Zaragoza, Spain --
Vialonga elderly day care centre, Lisbon Portugal --
De Hogeweyk village for people with dementia, De Hogeweyk, Netherlands --
Urban game board: dementia and urban game design perspectives / Eleni Kolovou --
[V.] Town and country : Mapping dementia: how can we prepare for tomorrow? What do we need to plan for? / Sabine Sütterlin --
Towards a dementia-friendly hospital / Gesine Marquardt --
Finding home in central station / Uwe Rada --
Land custom station, Agartala, India --
Lingang new city, Lingang, China --
Dementia, local municipalities and public space: insights and perspectives / Peter Wißmann.
Other Titles: Raumverloren.
Responsibility: Eckhard Feddersen, Insa Lüdtke (eds.).

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