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THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN RESIDENTS LEADING TO THE QUALITY OF LIFE IN THE ELDERLY GROUP LIVING
Journal of Architecture and Planning (Transactions of AIJ)
We focused attention on "Group House SAKURA". It is the Elderly Group Living that has the longest history in Japan. Through this practice, this paper aims to clarify substance of management in this house and consider interrelationship between residents and between a resident and the manager. The conclusions are as follows: (1) The EGL realized long-term and stable habitation. (2) The manager responded situationally in inhabited environmental improvement. (3) Relationship between residents baseddoi:10.3130/aija.81.1363 fatcat:m23taafosnbpxck3izckrik2uu