Universal Design

 

Universal Design

  • Design After 9/11

    The memorial and plaza—the first features of the World Trade Center to open after the attacks—reveal the politics and psychology imperative to the redesign.

     
  • Alchemist

    Miami Beach, Fla./Rene Gonzalez Architect

     
  • Rolling On

    A centenary storefront is transformed into an accessible live/work space.

     
  • Absolutely Accessible

    Universal design is architecture's next great frontier.

     
  • Typology: Hotel Renovations

    The recession forced some hotel owners to put off renovating. Now, as conditions improve, they’re trying to do the most they can with the capital they’ve got.

     
  • Doug Mockett & Co. PCS51

    A power and data grommet that swivels 180 degrees for easy access.

     
  • The Future Belongs to Woodbury University

    To understand the demographic future of the profession, look to Woodbury University, where whites are a minority.

     
  • The Architect in the Machine

    Digital fabrication is blurring the line between design and building. Three projects reveal its potential—and a few growing pains.

     
  • Study Identifies Trends and Countertrends in Senior Housing

    Perkins Eastman's survey of 90 leading-edge senior living projects around the nation offers a resource for evidence-based design.

     
  • Your Clients Are Really Old

    As America’s 76 million baby boomers reach retirement, what they need—and want—in their living arrangements will change dramatically.

     
 
 
 

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