Global survey of Accessible Affordable Housing; International Union of Architects report May 2022; Editor Allen Kong

World Alzheimer Report 2020 Design, Dignity, Dementia: Dementia-related design and the built environment

Volume I
Professor Richard Fleming, Dr John Zeisel, Kirsty Benneth

Allen is one of the invited eight innovators, pioneers, architects and researchers in the field, to sit down and talk about what is most important to them and what inspires them when it comes to designing spaces for and with people living with dementia. While each offers a unique perspective, all interviewees share the common goal of trying to advance the role design has to play, sitting alongside other vital therapeutic and non-pharmacological interventions.

World Alzheimer Report 2020 Design, Dignity, Dementia: Dementia-related design and the built environment

Volume II: Case studies
Featured three Projects: Anne Jeffrey House, O’Mara House Eunice Seddon

Design for Aging : International Case Studies of Building and Program

Series Health care and Senior Living Design, J W Andererzhon, D Hughes, S Judd, E Kiyota, M Winjnties

Written by an international co-author team, this is a comprehensive book of at least 25 case studies of the best international contemporary examples of design for aging environments. Projects are in the United States, UK, Europe, Australia, and Asia. The in-depth case studies examine the impact of good design on the programming for the elderly within each facility.

The Wintringham Story

Elaine Farrelley

Design Contributions to Lifetime Care

Monash University Art Design and Architecture Institute for Safety, Compensation and Recovery Research Scoping best practice of studies of supported living

Best Practice Discussion Paper

Monash University Art Design and Architecture

Comprehensive evidence-base for innovative design methods that can improve accommodation outcomes for TBI and SCI residents.

This discussion paper extends the pilot study, ‘Design Contributions to Lifetime Care’1 which conducted scoping research into best practice case studies of supported living models that demonstrate how architectural and urban design strategies can influence the quality and performance of dwellings that are occupied by people with disabilities.

Designing Outdoor Spaces for People with Dementia

Annie Pollock and Mary Marshall- Stirling University and Hammond Care

In many facilities for people with dementia, there is often little or no access to the outdoors and to fresh air. Research shows that there are considerable benefits that come from spending time outdoors and having a good view out from a building. So, why is it that people living with dementia, often have poor access to outside spaces and the benefits that come from being outside?

Residential facilities for People with Dementia – 2005

How do residents use these and what is best?

Kirsty A Bennett, Architect Associate Professor Damien Jolley
Co researcher Susan Morris, Architect

Developments in Neuroethics and Bioethics – 2022

Allen Kong Architect and inclusive environments