Co-creating Urban Design Guidelines for Active Ageing in GBA
Urban environments should have more consideration to serve the elderly population in order to meet their needs. I was pleased to be able to provide a presentation with the title of "Co-creating Urban Design Guidelines for Active Ageing in GBA" by the Hong Kong institute of Urban Design to the Chartered Institute of Building East China last week, which introduced the research results of the experiential design workshops that we had been running last year.
Active Ageing in HK
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Vice Chairman of CIOB China, Chairman of CIOB East China
Vice Chairman of CIOB China
President, Zhejiang Jiaxin Jiazhou Curtain Wall Technology Co., Ltd
Chief Engineer,Nanjing Gongyuan Construction Supervision Co., Ltd
Intelligent information Department, China Fortune Properties (an INESA company)
Secretary General, Shanghai Smart Park Association
Deputy GM of Shanghai Region,CCDI
Chief Engineer, Zhejiang Zhongqiang Construction Group Co., Ltd
General Manager, Shanghai Xingjue Construction Consulting, Co., Ltd
President, Shanghai Runbon Investment Group Co., Ltd
Manager, Shanghai Construction Group No Five Branch
Jiangsu Longhai Construction Group Co., Ltd
Executive Dean, Jiangsu Longteng Digital Construction Technology Research Institute Co., Ltd
Vice President, Pinyu China
CEO, Shanghai Yingchuang Architechture, Landscape Planning Design Co. Ltd.
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