Hanley Wood University


Organized Living

  • Making the Most of Small Spaces with High Quality Storage Systems

    1 LU AIA/HSW

    Storage systems, especially adjustable shelving units designed for small spaces, can vary greatly by installation method, cost, durability, strength, material, function, and style. It is important to have a basic understanding of the features and benefits of high quality storage systems in order to best select a building product that will be cost effective to install and also meet or exceed the expectations of the client and the general requirements of future occupants, whether they be Millennials or seniors. It is also critical to understand the design requirements stipulated by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and the concept of Universal Design, and how these specifications can impact the design and product selection of high quality shelving products. This course will help educate the architect about high quality organizing systems for residential homes and multifamily applications. Take the course.

    October 2013
    Organized Living