Posted:May 02, 2016
By John Reinan | Star Tribune | April 30, 2016
Most interior designers don’t have to worry about holes in the floor that don’t exist, or bugs on the wall that aren’t there.
But designing for seniors is different, as a group of students from Century College in White Bear Lake recently discovered.
The students were offered the chance to redesign a care suite at the Pines in Richfield, one of more than 20 senior care communities owned by Augustana Care in Minnesota and Colorado.
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