Anne J.J. Grave
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20182021

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Anne Grave graduated in September 2017 with a double master in Human Technology Interaction and Architecture at the Eindhoven University of Technology. Focusing on healing environments, how spatial configurations influence human well-being. Her graduation project; the design of a stress-reducing Care and Cure center (2017), focused the design of stress-reducing patient rooms. Since the autumn of 2017, Anne has been working on the two-year postmaster of Smart Buildings and Cities as PDEng trainee (Professional Doctorate in Engineering), with Prof. Dr. Ir. Masi Mohammadi: Smart Architectural Technologies. During this period Anne is researching the design of a Guiding Environment for people in early stages of dementia to enable them to live longer in their own homes.  

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  • SDG 11 - Sustainable Cities and Communities

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