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Living Longer at Home
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What’s trending in residential design? Living longer in your home!
We are excited to announce that TPD’s Landon Rosemore Stubblefield has earned the Certified Aging-in-Place Specialist (CAPS) designation from the National Association of Homebuilders (NAHB). The NAHB, in partnership with the AARP and NAHB Research Center, created the CAPS program, which includes training and education on the technical, business management and customer service skills essential to […]
Taylor Plosser Davis Architecture + Design, in association with KPS Group, is very excited to share this new project – Cedar Ridge at Kirkwood by the River. “Kirkwood, ideally located on 120 acres of forested land along the Cahaba River, began as a nonprofit created by Independent Presbyterian Church Birmingham, Alabama to offer continuing care retirement to seniors […]
Transitions are our specialty here at TPD Architect. Over the last few months, not only have we been working on renovations and new construction for families whose lives are changing, whether the kids are growing up or moving out, couples are downsizing, or families are considering accessibility or working and schooling from home, but we’ve […]
We’re seeing a lot of overlap when thinking about “shelter in place” and when designing for Aging in Place. We’ve always talked with clients about ACCESSIBILITY and getting in and out of their homes, whether that’s through the front door or from the car in the garage. Those design considerations for Aging In Place clients […]
Here at TPD, we spend a lot of time listening to our clients about how they want to be able to use their homes. When it was clear that the COVID-19 pandemic and stay-at-home orders were dramatically affecting people’s lives, we wanted to reach out to folks around the country with a survey and ask […]
Within the last couple of weeks, I’ve been seeing more articles about residential architecture and how it will change given how things have evolved during the pandemic. For the most part, the articles have focused on interviews with architects acting as experts, sometimes referring to their own houses and other times offering predictions on how houses […]