Access All Areas: Designing for Ageing
Guy Luscombe is an architect who for the last 20 years has been asking questions of the built environment, seeking to make it better for an increasingly older population. He has designed over 40 projects for older people at all levels of need. He was co-editor of the influential book “Beyond Beige” and the recipient of a Byera Hadley Travelling Scholarship to study innovative architecture for older people in Europe entitled “The NANA Project – New Architecture for the New Aged”. He co-founded AGEncy Cohousing and Community, a group exploring better housing options for older people. He is a regular conference speaker and commentator in print and on radio and has taught at all the Sydney universities. He is currently the Sydney director of System Architects, a practice based in New York.