There is a long history of urban living in America. In Colonial times, row houses and stately mansions lined the streets of Philadelphia and New York; Boston developed double-deckers; Charleston invented the single house. But for decades after WWII, the suburban detached house dominated the American landscape and city living went into decline. Read more about The American House: Urban Homes
Imagine home as a place for regeneration—clean, not cluttered, preventing disease and injury, supporting good sleep, encouraging exercise, making it fun to do healthy cooking. Can interior design promote a lifestyle that leads to health and longevity? Can it be proactive—preventing future disability while respecting and eliminating existing disability? Read more about Residential Design for Health and Longevity
Join a team of experienced accessibility specialists for a one-day intermediate-to-advanced workshop focused on federal accessibility laws related to residential design and construction, including the Fair Housing Act, Americans with Disabilities Act, Architectural Barriers Act and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act. Read more about Fair Housing, ADA, ABA, & 504 Access to Housing and Dorms
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