Monday, March 3, 2014

Universal Design Class Stresses Function

Today, I taught the first of a two-day class in "Universal Design/Build." It offers practical, in-depth considerations for what you need to take into account as you design a home - yours or one for a client - to be the most accessible possible. There are elements of aging-in-place that are included in the course, but true to universal design concepts, the idea is ease of use for any person regardless of their age, physical size, or ability.

A more detailed explanation of concepts expressed in this course can be found in my books on universal design, such as "Common Sense Universal Design" (available in print or as a Kindle eBook). 


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