Demand grows for universal design--even at the high end (Video and slideshow)

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Accessible isn't a synonym for utilitarian and cold.

July 18, 2014

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A survey done by the American Institute of Architects shows interest is increasing in accessible design, the Wall Street Journal reports. There is a demand for elevators hidden by cabinetry or high-end finishes that are slip-resistant – as one homeowner puts it, accessibility “that doesn’t scream handicap.”
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