1 Mar 2016

Designing better places to die

From Nine To Noon, 10:15 am on 1 March 2016
Alison Killing

Alison Killing Photo: supplied

How can buildings and cities be better designed for those who are dying?

British architect and urban designer Alison Killing is particularly interested in the relationship between death and modern architecture. She wants to incorporate the end-of-life stage into design – particularly for hospitals – and is also interested in how cities are rebuilt after a disaster.

Alison Killing talks with Kathryn Ryan: