Research shows: 68% of Baby Boomers feel independent in their homes; 61% of homeowners over 55 plan to stay in their homes; but 80% of them think Universal Design renovations are necessary. See the top features for aging-in-place.
See why Healthquest and their architect selected Bestbath™ showers to complement their high-end locker room remodel.
Cobalt Apartments provide beauty and accessibility with contemporary shower pans. Read why this architect firm chose Bestbath™ as their partner in this project.
Universal Design is all about making the physical world function better for everyone. Often including ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) and ANSI (American Nation Standards Institute) compliant products, it certainly isn’t limited by government regulations. In this Ebook primer, we’ll share some of what we’ve learned about Universal Design over the years.
Be in the know about bathroom accessibility for people of all abilities with this summary key of ADA specifications that can impact accessibility.
This course will identify the importance of detailing continuity in maintaining the integrity of the four control layers of the building enclosure. We will then explore some different methods for identifying the areas where continuity can be disrupted and the solutions for maintaining a control layer continuity in these areas.
Sarah Marshall, principal architect at Napa Design Partners, relied on Entrematic HVLS fans to provide both an aesthetically pleasing look and cost-effective performance in her design for the Boys & Girls Club of Napa Valley’s newest building. Here are the 4 top reasons Entrematic fans became so integral to her design.
This course will review the limitations of employing a hazard-only materials selection decision-making process and describe how to evaluate materials and ingredients based on multiple attributes. The course includes an overview of the various tools, guidance and considerations available to help builders, architects and designers weigh options and understand the impacts and trade-offs associated with materials selection decisions.
The purpose of this course is to educate building owners, architects and developers on modern, innovative commercial building air-conditioning systems that use water as the primary medium to transfer heat energy to and from the building interior efficiently. It will also focus on the consideration for occupant comfort and health.
System Integration between lighting control and solar adaptive shades creates a comfortable and flexible work environment that fosters communication and collaboration while saving time and energy.