Architecture

Mining our Natural Resources: The User as Expert

Elaine Ostroff, Founding Director of Adaptive Environments, Boston MA developed the Universal Design Education Project. She holds a M.Ed. from Harvard and received the Environmental Design Research Association Achievement Award in 1995 for helping to make architectural access a civil right.

Author: 
Elaine Ostroff
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Published in INNOVATION, the Quarterly Journal of the Industrial Designers Society of America (IDSA), Volume 16, No. 1 1997.

Industrial Designers Society of America
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Great Fall, VA 22066
Phone: 703-759-0100
Fax: 703-759-7679
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Email: idsa@erols.com

International Best Practices in Universal Design: A Global Review

Best practices in universal design is defined as building practices and procedures that comply with universal design principles and provide affordable design practices that meet the needs of the widest possible range of people who use of facility.

Year: 
2005 revised 2007
Author: 
Betty Dion
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Canadian Human Rights Commission

Architecture and the Brain: A New Knowledge Base from Neuroscience

Architecture and the Brain coverJohn P. Eberhard, Latrobe Fellow and founding president of the Academy of Neuroscience for Architecture artfully considers the question: What does neuroscience have to do with architecture? in this groundbreaking book Architecture and the Brain: A New Knowledge Base from Neuroscience.

Year: 
2007
ISBN: 
978-0978555214
Author: 
John P. Eberhard
Publisher: 
Greenway Communications LLC

Building Sight

Building Sight cover

Year: 
1995
Author: 
Peter Barker, Jon Barrick and Rod Wilson
Publisher: 
New York: American Foundation for the Blind Press
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