PLP investigate the future of later living in Knight Frank’s Senior Living Survey

June 13, 2019

PLP Architecture have co-authored a report published today by Knight Frank, the Senior Living Survey, which explores the current state and the future of Later Living from the perspective of designers, investors and seniors themselves.

PLP’s research piece investigates the evolving needs of senior citizens, new technologies and typologies – and projects how these could unlock new potentials for the future of design for senior living property. The piece is co-authored by PLP director Thomas Hardin and collaborator Anne Feikje Weidema.

You can read the full report here www.knightfrank.com

“Senior living design has significantly transformed in recent years through a better understanding of the changing needs in later living and rapidly evolving technologies. What type of spaces should we build for longer and more active later lives?”

Thomas Hardin, PLP Architecture