UD @ Home (& Abroad)

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This is the reporting that we like to read in the US. Let's hope that hotel designers, cruise ship builders, and esttination development specialists have c urrent subscriptions to San Diego Source:

Universal design may actually be getting universal.

Homebuilders have long given lip service to designing houses that accommodate people of all ages and physical abilities, but few companies actually built them. Now, though, the idea is gaining traction.

Read For Boomers the House of the Future


The irony of the fact that it is now the US imitating Japan's leadership in the field of Universal Design in homes ought not be lost on Boomers. See SmartSilver Alliance's "Click to the Loo My Darling!"

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