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The Ethics of Open Types (2019)
Presentation / Conference
Landi, D. (2019, November). The Ethics of Open Types. Paper presented at 16th Annual International Conference of the Architectural Humanities Research Association, Dundee, UK

A characteristic of the 21st century for some societies is the establishment of better healthcare systems, a reduction in infant mortality, and a growing number of adults living longer. However, these accomplishments can have a downside. For example,... Read More about The Ethics of Open Types.

Physical Models as a Teaching Tool in the Digital Condition (2019)
Presentation / Conference
Landi, D. (2019, June). Physical Models as a Teaching Tool in the Digital Condition. Paper presented at 4th Rencontres de l’EDAR - EPFL, Lausanne, Switzerland

Architecture as a discipline and a profession continually deals with the making sense of reality and all its complexities. A fundamental tool used in this process is the use of physical models as a substitutional tool. For instance, they are not a me... Read More about Physical Models as a Teaching Tool in the Digital Condition.

The implications of a new paradigm of care on the built environment. The Humanitas© Deventer model: Innovative practice (2019)
Journal Article
Landi, D., & Smith, G. (2019). The implications of a new paradigm of care on the built environment. The Humanitas© Deventer model: Innovative practice. Dementia, https://doi.org/10.1177/1471301219845480

© The Author(s) 2019. As people live longer, rates of long-term conditions such as dementia are increasing and healthcare costs are exponentially increasing. Dementia services recognise there is a need for change; this paper provides an example of ho... Read More about The implications of a new paradigm of care on the built environment. The Humanitas© Deventer model: Innovative practice.

‘The open typology’: Towards socially sustainable architectural and care types (2019)
Journal Article
Landi, D., & Everett, G. (2019). ‘The open typology’: Towards socially sustainable architectural and care types. Architecture_MPS, 16(1), https://doi.org/10.1432....444.amps.2019v16i1.001

One aspect that characterises the twenty-first century is its accomplishments such as better health-care systems, improved economies, a reduction in infant mortality and a growing number of adults living longer. However, these accomplishments can hav... Read More about ‘The open typology’: Towards socially sustainable architectural and care types.


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