Jeff Rosenfeld, ADHT faculty member and professor of gerontology at Hofstra University, and Wid Chapman, Parsons faculty member and principal of Wid Chapman Architects have been featured in The New York Times for their new book, Unassisted Living: Ageless Homes for Later Life. Their book explores the shift in the ways in which Baby Boomers are choosing to live in later life, rejecting the notion of “senior housing” for alternative lifestyles.
In the interview, conducted by Julie Lasky, the authors discuss topics from grab bars and where they plan to age to Keith Richards.
You can read the full interview here.
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