Urban design, Humanism, Designer's attitude
In 1979, twenty-six year old Patricia Moore disguised herself as a woman in her 80s and travelled to 116 cities throughout North America, to discover if urban design met the needs of the elderly. Dressed in her grandmother's clothes, she developed a unique form of immersion research that revitalised the role of architecture and design in our daily lives. Now she is working with the HKDI to develop solutions that work for all age groups. Here she lays out here passionate vision for the future of design.
"A world that works for every one,"
SIGNED: The Magazine of The Hong Kong Design Institute:
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