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National Design Principles

New national design principles to guide refurbishments and new residential aged care accommodation builds came into effect this week. The federal government initiative aims to create more home-like environments in aged care premises. KPA Architects have studied the guidelines closely and we are available to discuss their application to West Australian conditions.

Five Decades of Excellence: Aged Care

Five Decades of Excellence

Over the last 50 years KPA Architects has helped shape the evolution of Perth’s residential aged care sector. From small to large projects our focus is human-centred design innovation.

These are some of the recent state-of-the-art developments that we are proud to be associated with:

– Opal Healthcare Treeby Parklands Care Community, Treeby

– Bethanie Gwelup Aged Care Home, Gwelup

– Alinea Koh-I-Noor Contemporary Care, Wembley

– Villa Terenzio Casa Cabrini, Marangaroo

We look forward to continuing to assist our clients in serving their communities with leading projects.

Accommodation Design Principles in Aged Care

It’s great to see support for accommodation design principles in the final report by the Aged Care Taskforce.

As an architect in the aged care sector, KPA regularly see the direct link between investment in good design and improved liveability.