Apologies to Paul Simon, but when I looked at the long list of design ideas I compiled while at the International Builders’ Show in Orlando, I thought I’d try to mention 50 of them—a nice round num
The aging population is expected to significantly increase by 2035. By then, more than 800,000 older households will be buying new homes every year.
Smaller, less-dense cities will need to accommodate seniors who stay put
St. Martin's in the Pines in Birmingham, Ala., has three buildings that each contain three stacked homes. Photo: Courtesy of The Green House Project
Surfing an oncoming grey wave means embracing innovative models to meet market demand
Hundreds of volunteers and sponsors helped Rossetti and her husband, Mark Leder, landscape the 1 1/2-acre property. This photo shows the two-tier patio with its permeable pavers. The plants are native to Ohio. All photos: Scott Cunningham
Rosemarie Rossetti provides an update on recent developments at UDLL in Columbus and the ongoing effort to raise awareness of universal design