America has a housing problem:
There aren't enough universally accessible options.

We envision a world where everyone has a functional and affordable place to live.
But before that can happen, those places have to be designed.

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Our solution:

Design new universally accessible homes, share the design plans, and support efforts to build them.

It’s not okay to exclude people affected by disability from the status quo, yet there is a HUGE lack of universally accessible housing in America.

Illustration of different types of disabilities: less than 20/20 vision, broken arm, wheelchair user, amputee, deaf or hard of hearing
Illustration of different types of disabilities: need for caregiver, sign language, seeing eye dog, broken leg, older person using walker.
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We design. You build.

We’re working to create a library of construction documents that are ready to use for new homes. This will set you up for being able to easily accommodate any individual and/or family, whether they’re affected by disability or not.

There’s a lot of work involved in designing a home that’s usable by all people, to the greatest extent possible, without the need for adaptation or specialization. Don’t spend your time trying to figure it out when we can do it for you.

As for situations that might require a little extra adaptation or specialization? We’ve got a plan for that too. Those situations will be easy to address if universal design is done well.

Our process. Your advantage.

Universal design is a simple concept, but the process is complex when exploring what it means to accommodate anyone affected by disability. It’s easy to overlook some people’s functional needs, only to realize that when it’s too late. We’ve figured out how to avoid this problem.

The solution is to facilitate collaboration between design professionals (e.g., residential architects, interior designers), health professionals (e.g. occupational therapists, rehabilitation engineers, environmental gerontologists), and our advisory group of individuals who have life experience with disability. The purpose of doing so is to include all the necessary perspectives in discussions about design decisions.

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