According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the average American can expect to move more than 11 times, occupying some 12 different homes in the course of a lifetime. This feature is devoted to House 12, the one where neighborhood ties, memories— and perhaps inertia—finally overcome the pull of yet another house, somewhere else. Read on to learn how you can incorporate universal design for your clients, and watch out for home health issues.
Be the Solution: A Universal Design Primer
You need new skills to help your clients overcome new challenges Read more
Come Together: A Coastal Maine Home Accessible to All
Thoughtful design makes life comfortable for the old, young, and differently abled Read more
Larry Zarker on How Home Health Issues Could Affect Your Future
"We understand how to assess [homes] from the physics side, but until now we haven’t addressed the environmental health side" Read more
Universal Design Meets the Smart Home with These Connected Devices
The right level of technology can make homes work better for any age or stage of homeowner Read more
9 Universal Design Details You're Forgetting
These ideas go way beyond lever door handles and no-threshold showers. Read more
How You Can Market and Sell Universal Design
UD is better design, with advantages you can market to all ages and abilities Read more
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