Monthly Archive: October 2015

Demography Convention of Germany 2015 – Award for Frey Architekten

Wolfgang Frey was awarded for the initiative called “Germany – Land of Long Life” by the Federal Ministry of Family, Seniors, Women and Youth and the Federal Ministry of Environment, Protection of Nature, Construction and Reactor Safety at the Demography Congress 2015 for his sustainable concepts.

Architect Wolfgang Frey accepted the award for the initiative Germany – Land of Long Life for the project Heidelberg Village on 4th September 2015 at the Demography Convention in Berlin. The village is currently in the Heidelberg-Bahnstadt. The award recognized his contribution in the development and promotion of community living and a social architecture in which technical developments, integration and living together of different generations as well as collaboration of service and maintenance services at the living area seek to satisfy the dynamic requirements of a society consistently getting older.


Wolfgang Frey’s Speech in Bregenz

The term ‘demographic change’ is heard quite often these days in Germany. Elderly people wish to enjoy a high quality of life for as long as possible. People with disabilities would like to be involved in active life as much as possible. Citizens and politicians should be able to together help make these small dreams come true.

The Society for Health and Care in Bregenz sees this as one of its tasks. Connexia carries out numerous services in Vorarlberg with the aim to further improve and ensure the quality of support and care in Vorarlberg.

On the Society’s invitation, Mr. Frey delivered a speech on 10/1/2015 in Bregenz on the topic “Living Communities – Livable Living Spaces for the Young and Old.”