Accessible design is growing. But can it be beautiful?
From a practical matter to a complex idea about style, equity and what it is to live well. "Officially called universal design, it refers to the design of buildings, products and environments that are accessible to everyone, regardless of age or ability. Other terms include 'barrier-free' and 'inclusive,' and for the most part they are used interchangeably." Maile Pingel analyses in The Washington Post.
From The Washington Post