Design for Memory


Saturday, May 19, 2001

Architect David Hoglund talks with Studio 360's Julie Burstein about his design for Woodside Place, a facility for Alzheimer's patients that offers people with severe memory loss a sense of independence and a feeling of home.


Julie Burstein

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