I was honored to be part of a great panel in New York last week. The program was part of the professional day at Architectural Digest‘s annual Home Design Show. The show is very nice, high end, and businesslike. Our presentation, Designing for the ‘A’ Word was organized and moderated by Florence Perchuk, an accomplished… Continue Reading Designing for the ‘A’ Word- Stigma or Status?
I don’t get to the city very often. I am going tomorrow for a great panel with some dear and wonderful colleagues. The Architectural Digest trade show associated with their annual home show is having an Aging in Place panel. The clever title is Designing for the ‘A’ Word.
Most projects start with a phone call. I like it. I shmooze with folks for a few minutes about my experience and how I work. They decide, then or later, whether we will get together. Sometimes, because I charge for my initial client meeting, the decision is about money. Sometimes it is because I am… Continue Reading Aging in Place Remodeling- Initial Meeting
Louis Tenenbaum, one of the nation's leading authorities on aging in place, is the founder of HomesRenewed, a coalition of business, consumers and nonprofits, driving policy and investment to increase the number of age-friendly homes.