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Designing for Accessibility without Sacrificing Aesthetics

Designing for Accessibility without Sacrificing Aesthetics

March 29, 2018

The traditional view of accessible design is that function trumps form. That spaces that work for people of all abilities must be sterile, clunky and even ugly. Not so. In this webinar we’ll look at recent changes that help architects, designers and builders create spaces — including bathrooms and kitchens — that deliver the benefits of code and accessible-friendly design without sacrificing style.

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