Jill Pable

Florida State University / Design Resources for Homelessness

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Professor in the Department of Interior Architecture and Design at Florida State University and Editor of Design Resources for Homelessness

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Architecture seldom comes up when we talk about housing for the homeless. But some say that the very design of housing can affect whether or not people stay in it.

How good design can help the homeless

Architecture seldom comes up when we talk about housing for the homeless. But some say that the very design of housing can affect whether or not people stay in it.

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Does quality of design matter when you've got thousands of homeless people to rehouse?

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Does quality of design matter when you've got thousands of homeless people to rehouse?

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