Conference: Building the Future of Health

Can the built environment help us stay healthy for longer? Yes it can! How? Find out in the city of Groningen in June 2016 during international conference Building the Future of Health.

This leading conference explores the ways in which the design and quality of the built environment can contribute to our health. Building the Future of Health offers of a broad program featuring all spatial dimensions: from our cities and neighborhoods, to our landscapes, to the design of our homes and care facilities and, importantly, our hospitals. Using the Healthy Aging concept as a starting point, the conference presents inspiring examples and best practices from home and abroad. In addition, it establishes the latest developments in research, policy and specific projects in the field of health and the layout and design of our surroundings.

The conference provides a platform for over 150 prominent (international) speakers from the worlds of design, industry and the medical/health sciences.

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Cite: "Conference: Building the Future of Health" 03 May 2016. ArchDaily. Accessed . <> ISSN 0719-8884

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