Learn how the Home Today/Home Tomorrow competition challenged architects and designers to create new standards in housing design so people can stay in their home as they travel through various life stages. Jurors Matthias Hollwich, founding partner of New York-based architecture firm Hollwich Kuschner Architects and author of New Aging, and Dan Soliman, director, AARP Foundation, share their experiences. Following the event, Hollwich signs copies of his book.
Presented as a complement to the exhibition Making Room: Housing for a Changing America , which will be on view prior to the program.
$12 Member | $12 Student | $20 Non-member
Tickets are non-refundable and non-transferable.
The Museum's award-winning Shop and Firehook Café are open for one hour prior to the start of the program. Shop and Café hours are subject to change.
Making Room is supported by:
The exhibition is also generously supported by American Society of Interior Designers Foundation; AJ Madison, Electrolux, Elica, and Miele; Ceramics of Italy; Ditto Residential; Nixon Peabody LLP; Arris Apartments; Casaplex; Ernest Rust – European Kitchens; LISC; and Protek.
Image Credit: This 1,400 square-foot, ranch-style house in Memphis was donated to the design challenge by Wells Fargo. The completed renovation addressed a number typical obstacles for occupants or visitors with diverse abilities or needs, including multiple steps, tight doorways, and out-of-reach amenities. Photograph by Benjamin Rednour, courtesy Home Matters.