From Adaptable to Universal Design

UD-logo-200x200From Adaptable to Universal Design: Implications for housing usability, marketability, and innovation

Dr Joanne Quinn provided an overview of the research on various approaches to inclusive design – adaptable, universal, flexible, visitable, and the newer Livable Housing Design Guidelines. She discusses the pros and cons of each.

The transcript is not publicly available due to research publication restrictions.

You can contact Joanne at University of New South Wales for more information on her research with the Enabling Built Environments Program.

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