Co-living is no longer a millennial thing. Israeli startup Willa believes that empty-nesters are the next big target group for a new generation of housing operators.
In Germany, 62-year-old Rita Ebel is making public spaces more accessible and inclusive by making wheelchair ramps with LEGO bricks.
Inspired by a long-standing feature of Chinese public parks, cities around the world seek to keep ageing populations healthy with dedicated senior playgrounds.
While Japanese society is rapidly ageing and facing a shortage of workers, the elderly can now strap on exoskeletons to meet the physical demands of their jobs and keep working as they age.
LATA 65 introduces graffiti to a group of street artists you wouldn't imagine holding a spray can in a back alley.
Many elderly don’t want to move into a care home or be dependable on their children, but still want to live where they feel happy and supported. Pollard Thomas Edwards helped to create such a place.
The Posh Club is a daytime "nightclub" for the elderly. Something that started as a tea party in a front room has now transformed into a whole community aimed at fighting loneliness and isolation.
Architecture studio VAUMM has designed an urban elevator that keeps the city of Errenteria accessible to the elderly.
This California-based nonprofit has explored the needs of urban elderly in relation to the treatment of Alzheimer's disease. Their treatment will now include 1950s American town squares.