Collection by Diana Budds

Accessibility in the Modern Home

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A frequent query sent into Dwell Letters is about accessibility and universal design in modern houses. Here, we've gathered a few stories from past issues that show how architects and designers have approached the design challenge. For more on the subject, read our 101 guide to Universal Design.

View of the steel pulley system from upstairs.
The main living area, which includes a more formal sitting area near the entrance, the dining area, Braitmayer’s...
The wide front door opens onto a wide central living space where the entire family—and a regular cast of...
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A ceiling-hung projection TV, aimed at a white wall, frees up floor space in the living room, where David Carmel’s...
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