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Chapter 8, Part 1 - Universal Design

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Welcome to...
Companion
PowerPoint
Presentation for
the Introduction to
Housing textbook
1
Universal Design
2
Universal
design
is
design
for
all
people
3
 Universal design is the design of
products & environments to be usable
by all people, to the greatest extent
possible, without the need for
adaptation or specialized design.
4
Four General Ideas of
Universal Design
1. Supportive
2. Adaptable
3. Accessible
4. Safe
5
Universal Design is
Supportive
It makes the environment work for
the individual, stressing ease of
use & maintenance.
6
Easy to use :
–Child’s hand
with faucet
7
Example:
–Easy to use,
smooth surface,
and also
makes it easy
to care for
–Faucet
8
Universal Design Is
Adaptable
It serves a wide range of users
whose needs change over time.
9
Example:
– From GE. “Real Life”
(electronically)
adjustable kitchen
sink cabinet shown
at highest level
– Note: Raised
placement of
dishwasher
10
–From GE. “Real
Life” kitchen
sink at lower
level
11
Ironing board
cabinet can be
used at a
variety of
heights
12
Universal Design Is
Accessible
The everyday comforts and
conveniences that “normal”
individuals enjoy are
provided to all people.
13
“No step”
entranceCalifornia home of
Ruby Trow that
was designed
15 years ago
14
15
Bed in wall –
Closed
San Francisco
Hotel guest room
16
Easy to use
Bed open
17
Accessible
–Elevator at end
of hallway
–Private home,
San Diego,
California
18
-Low threshold
-Roll in shower
-Important for all
interior doors
19
Shower in Buuck
home
User can slide
along built-in
bench to reach
shower area
Glass block adds
light to interior
bath
20
Easy to use
Kohler
Comfort Height Toilet
21
–Accessible
–Arjo “Freedom
Bath”
–Open
22
–Accessible
–Arjo “Freedom
Bath”
–Closed
23
Adaptable
Bocci adjustable
magnifying mirror
24
– Honeywell
thermostat
– Easy to use
25
Asco front
loading washer
& dryer
26
Easy to use
Accessible
Combination
washer & dryer
27
Universal Design is Safe
It not only provides environments and
tools for the presently disabled, but
actually anticipates and prevents disabilities
such as repetitive strain injuries, back
problems, and those caused by accidents.
28
An
enlarged
chair rail
(back
wall)
provides
support
29
Safe
Front controls on
range for elderly
housing
30
Soft bathtub
(also warm
to touch)
31
Details of
soft bath tub
32
Decorative grab
bars in a senior
housing facility
33
Shower in senior
housing facility
No-step
entrance
34
Inexpensive,
sturdy
grab bars
35
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