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Latest posts in August, 2018

Book based on photographic therapy for people with dementia wins prestigious award

Posted on Fri 24th Aug, 2018 in: Dementia Friendly Environments

  A French visual artist, Laurence Aëgerter, has been awarded the Author Book Award at the Recontres D’Arles, a prestigious international photography festival, for her book Photographic Treatment – a series of pairs of photos juxtaposed to provoke a positive response in people with dementia.   Aëgerter first realised the potential of images during a session with ...

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Form follows function: how designers need to consider visuoperceptual practicalities over aesthetics when designing care homes

Posted on Thu 23rd Aug, 2018 in: Dementia Design, Dementia Friendly Environments

  ‘Form follows function’ is a mantra that designers and architects have lived by for over 100 years since it was coined by architect Louis Henry Sullivan in 1896. In simple terms it means that functionality should always be the primary driver for any design and aesthetic ‘form’ comes second – if design is not fit for purpose then it doesn’t work.   ...

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