A great article in the Washington Post by architect Julia Caswell Daitch: "I believe that homes are much more than just drywall and studs — they are part of the family. A lot of people feel a sense of devastation in having to leave the home that they have occupied for many years, and I know I would be the same way. To me a home becomes like another person in the family. Adding loss of a home to loss of mobility can be really traumatic. I believe if we dream big and design smart, it doesn’t have to be.
So what can I do, as an architect, to help people live how they want to live for as long as they possibly can??