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Adaptable Housing for People with Disability in Australia: A Scoping Study



The primary aim of the report is to consider the applicability and replicability of established design informed approaches for flexibility and adaptation that have been successfully employed in other contexts (such as the home office or housing for multi-generational families) to retrofitting housing for people with disability, which would also benefit the whole community. Such an approach goes beyond function and accessibility to consider the qualities that create a dignity-enabling home environment.

Authors: Maryam Gusheh, Catherine Murphy, Lucy Valenta, Nigel Bertram & Duncan Maxwell
Organisation: Monash University


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Pages: 50
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