Environments for Aging 2022

Carolina is proud to be the Presenting Sponsor of Environments for Aging 2022.

Senior Living communities represent an opportunity to create spaces that support healing, restoration, inspiration, and connection for those we love most. Through intentional design and thoughtful furniture choices, we can care for those who got us to where we are today.

Empowering spaces

We strive to foster confidence and peace that invigorates residents. Carolina’s portfolio of products helps create spaces that inspire and comfort, so visitors and residents alike can feel right at home.

PRODUCT SPOTLIGHT

Elide

Elide is a classic, timeless seating family. With fully upholstered seats and tapered wood legs, Elide creates seamless design flow within waiting rooms, lounge areas, dining rooms in Healthcare, Workplace and Senior Living settings.

Experience EFA 2022

This year, we intentionally crafted our space to highlight the importance of senior-focused design throughout all applications of environments for aging. From seemingly simple details like pattern or color to safety and accessibility elements like seat heights and comfort, we will always strive to create environments that empower seniors.

Experience the space

Experience the showroom
Zone 1: Resident rooms
Zone 1: Resident rooms
Zone 1: Resident rooms
Zone 1: Resident rooms
Zone 1: Resident rooms
Zone 1: Resident rooms
Zone 1: Resident rooms
Zone 1: Resident rooms

Zone 1: Resident rooms

Logique bedside

Finish: Salvaged Linen

Pull: Windsor, Brass

Logique dresser

Finish: Salvaged Linen

Pull: Windsor, Brass

Logique bedside

Finish: Linen

Pull: Windsor, Brass

Logique dresser

Finish: Linen

Pull: Windsor, Brass

Kintra occasional

Finish: Salvaged Linen

Elani lounge

Frame finish: Root

Ferrules: Ion

Maharam, Bespoke Stripe, Tobacco

Denro occasional

Finish: Sassafra

 

Experience the showroom
Zone 2: Café spaces
Zone 2: Café spaces
Zone 2: Café spaces
Zone 2: Café spaces
Zone 2: Café spaces
Zone 2: Café spaces
Zone 2: Café spaces

Zone 2: Café spaces

Mile Marker cabinetry

Upper cabinets: Slate Grey

Base cabinets: Root

Nineteen20 café table

Top: Salvaged Linen

Base: Bone White

Cromwell dining

Seat: Green Hides, Lena, Salsa

Back: Maharam, Flint, Finesse

Finish: Burnished

Nail trim: Brass

Experience the showroom
Zone 3: Common areas
Zone 3: Common areas
Zone 3: Common areas
Zone 3: Common areas

Zone 3: Common areas

Embrace lounge

Finish: Root

Green Hides, Ranch, Cactus

Embrace loveseat

Finish: Root

Maharam, Mingled Plaid, Cadet

Elide guest

Finish: Root

Maharam, Paisley Brocade, Underbrush

X&O occasional

Top: Camria, Rose Bay Matte

Base: Root

Ice occasional

Top: Salvaged Linen

Base: Rust

 

Modelo stool

Finish: Root

Elmo, Soft, 71017

Kintra café table

Finish: Salvaged Linen

Map of the space

Zone 1: Resident rooms
Zone 1: Resident rooms
Zone 2: Café spaces
Zone 2: Café spaces
Zone 3: Common areas
Zone 3: Common areas
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DESIGNER SPOTLIGHT

Chelsie Fritz

Before starting the design process for EFA, Chelsie began with anecdotal and scientific research, ensuring that the design elements of our EFA booth would both reflect traditional values within environments for aging, but also foster a continued sense of comfort and intentionality that will shape senior living communities to come. Learn more about her process through her article: “5 tips in designing for Senior Living.”
Read the article

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IAP Podcast

The Imagine a Place Podcast

Episode 81: Jane Rohde
Our guest today is one of the world’s leading experts in designing for a population that is too often overlooked and misunderstood.

Jane Rohde believes in a global cultural shift toward de-institutionalized senior living communities. As Principal as JSR Associates, she is putting people at the center of her practice – For Jane, this means more than just the senior living residents, but also the staff and the community at large.

Today, Jane Rohde shares a vision for how a more blended, empowering, and richer senior living and community experience could look.
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