Sotera Seminar

The final seminar of the Multiple Integrated Housing for people with Memory Decline (MonIA) project, to take place on 24th May. (In Finnish Only)
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Image by Jiaqi Wang from thesis titled Active living - Memory friendly future visions for Omenamäki Service Centre.

The final seminar for MonIA project, will be held on May 24, 2022 from 11:30 to 16:00 in Otaniemi, Espoo.  The event will be in Finnish only and will have the outcomes of the project and a keynote. Detailed content of the program will be decided later.

Put the date on your calendars and spread the word on your own networks. Welcome to participate!

The MonIA-project is a research and design project focused on looking for integrated, diverse and communal living solutions that promote independence, quality of life and wellbeing for people with memory decline. The project proposes solutions for Finnish municipalities, service providers, private enterprise and the public at large. A central objective is to find solutions that promote independence and integration, enable living at home for as long as possible, and minimize the need of moving and institutionalizing people with memory decline.

For more information, please contact:
Professor Laura Arpiainen[email protected]
Senior Scientist, PhD, Ira Verma [email protected]


SOTERA is the research group for Health and Wellbeing Architecture within the Department of Architecture at Aalto University. Our work supports Aalto University’s focus areas of Health and Wellbeing and Human-centred living environments.

Learn more about Sotera Research group
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