Architects paying attention to intergenerational spaces

January 27, 2017 |

The TOY Project has connected with ARUP, an global independent firm of designers, planners, engineers, consultants and technical specialists. Samuel Williams was inspired by the TOY presentation at the Child in the City Conference in Ghent in November 2016 and has written a thought piece on how town planning can facilitate intergenerational relationships and contacts.

Read his piece ‘Age diversity for social cohesion’ here.

One of TOY’s goals in the coming months and years is to collaborate with architects and town planners in order to make our cities a friendly and playful space for young children and older adults together.