Evolutions in Residential Design: Adaptive Living Solutions

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Connect with your peers as you learn about adaptive living solutions for residential design, with a focus on adapting to aging in place, the pandemic, and climate change.

Over the past year and a half we all have adapted our living situations as we shifted to not only to living at home, but also to working and learning during the pandemic. The ASID Adaptive Living Task Force is exploring solutions for people to adapt their living situations to accommodate stay-at-home orders, aging in place, and climate change, to name a few. Understand how these external factors are forcing changes in residential interior design solutions, and learn about tools to incorporate adaptive living solutions at all levels of affordability. This is also an opportunity to share your ideas and experience with your peers.     

Format: Peer-to-peer  

Attendees will interact with each other in virtual breakout rooms. Attendees’ camera and audio capabilities will be turned on for this session. 

This session was not recorded. 

Jase Frederick, ASID, WELL AP, WELL Faculty

Senior Designer

Tom Stringer Partners

Jase Frederick, a 17-year design industry veteran, is senior designer at Tom Stringer Design Partners, Chicago, and former principal of JaseFrederickDesign: Sustainable Interiors & Consulting. Jase writes and speaks on sustainable design and wellness for a variety of forums including NeoCon and Design Chicago. She recently developed an interactive program for kids on the effects of the built environment on health and wellness for Chicago Public Schools.

Jase is an ASID professional member, ASID Medalist, former CST Chair, and past-president of the Illinois chapter. She is also a Registered Interior Designer, NCIDQ certified, a WELL Accredited Professional, and WELL Faculty.

Keith Stanton, ASID

Director of Design Development

Thoma-Holec Design

Keith Stanton, ASID is the director of design development for Thoma-Holec Design. His experience with high-end residential and hospitality projects led him into senior living design. In addition to being a professional ASID member, Keith is NCIDQ Certified, a past-president of the ASID Arizona North Chapter, a member of the ASID National Ethics Committee, chair of the ASID Adaptive Living Task Force, and one of less than a dozen Certified Healthcare Interior Designers (CHID) in the senior living industry. He resides in Scottsdale, Arizona.

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