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Design for senior living: A chat with Rocky Berg, AIA

Senior Living Design

Design for senior living: A chat with Rocky Berg, AIA

How to design senior living communities to meet the needs of the owner, seniors, their families, and staff.


February 11, 2022

Rob Cassidy, Editor of MULTIFAMILY Design + Construction, chats with Rocky Berg, AIA, Principal with Dallas architecture firm three, about how to design senior living communities to meet the needs of the owner, seniors, their families, and staff.

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