Villages and country heal the rest of the life

In rural life, memory grows from the landscape, then attaches to buildings and villages, and then falls back to the village as people give birth, rise, get sick and die. Therefore, the village records all the stories and tells all the stories of the past. Based on hospice care and elderly care, this thesis attempts to intervene and inject new life into the site by studying the composition and structure of traditional English villages and the design of elderly care to achieve memory continuity.

As a product of ambiguity between the artificial and the non-artificial, the village is naturally suitable as a place for convalescence and care. Can we use sustainable planning models, combined with the UK's ageing population, to transform small settlements that are gradually detaching and disappearing from the city to provide a sustainable future village and architectural prototype?