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103 Recommendations for Low Income Residential Design

Published July 11, 2011

Earlier this year the Florida Housing Finance Corporation charged FSU Interior Design faculty members Lisa Waxman and Jill Pable with the task of exploring recommendations for low-income supportive housing that extended beyond existing codes and standards to include expanded human-centered design considerations. This stemmed from their interest in attending to the needs of special housing groups as well as extremely low income residents.

In July of 2011, Waxman and Pable released Low Income Residential Design: Recommendations that Support Human Well-Being, a report that offered a total of 103 design recommendations for supportive housing programs that accommodate the homeless (including homeless families and homeless veterans, and frail elders.

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