TagsAmsterdam Architecture Art Berlin China Culture Cycling Decline Design Economy Filming Cities Food Gentrification Glasgow Global City Globalisation Hong Kong Housing Inequality Infrastructure Istanbul Life Migration Mobility Neighbourhoods New York Politics Protest Culture Psychogeography Public Space Real Estate Social Exclusion Space Spatial Inequality Suicide Cycling Sustainability The Netherlands Tourism Transformation Transit Transport urban development Urban Planning Vancouver Vienna
Want to Contribute?The Proto City is where young urban researchers share their work with the wider world. We are always looking for talented writers and would love to hear your ideas. If you have an idea for a story, click here for more information.
I really agree with this project: life with dementia it is a real problem which must be treated at the urban scale, within the city.
It is quite important to work with the whole community but also improve the understandability of the urban space’s physical layout. People at early stage of dementia needs to move into the city as well as they did in the past. If the city is not recognizable and legible, how can people with dementia avoid to get lost? I think this is a great urban challenge, which must deal with many different and relevant issues.