Scott & Sarah Pruett
There’s lots of buzz about universal design, but there’s a big misperception about it only being useful for a small niche of the market. We help design teams capitalize on the opportunity to create spaces that are functional for literally anyone.
Spaces should be comfortable and enable anyone that uses or visits to be able to take care of everyday activities safely and effectively. We feel strongly that universal design needs to apply to the entire environment, and not just be applied to a few select features.
Universal design doesn’t discriminate based on what generation someone belongs to or a health condition that someone may have. “Aging in place” and/or “handicap” accessibility for people with disabilities is exclusionary. True universal design is inclusive.