Redesigning Lives: Learning How Space Impacts Residents in Affordable Supportive Housing Initiatives
Redesigning Lives: Learning How Space Impacts Residents in Affordable Supportive Housing Initiatives is a research project funded through a SSHRC Explore Grant. This research was a collaborative venture between the Faculty of Applied Science and Technology and the Faculty of Applied Health and Community Studies at Sheridan College. The goal of this research was to look at the impact that design can make to mental health and wellbeing and community-building through the lens of affordable and supportive housing. Bringing together the strengths of the two disciplines, this research looked at physical design and how it intersects with social determinants of health (SDOH).
architecture, development, design, creativity, building science
Architectural Technology | Architecture | Engineering | Social and Behavioral Sciences
Faculty of Applied Science & Technology (FAST), Centre for Teaching & Learning
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Osborne, Bethany and Pirie, Shannon, "Redesigning Lives: Learning How Space Impacts Residents in Affordable Supportive Housing Initiatives" (2020). Redesigning Lives Pressbook. 1.