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HOUSEworks Design + Build General Contractor

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"My clients know that many aging baby boomers won't end up in a wheelchair, but it doesn't mean that they won't need assistance at some point," says Kann. The design and build contractor first addressed the ease-of-use issues by making the hallways and doorways larger; doorways were reconfigured at 36 inches to allow clearance for any assistive devices. Having larger hallways and doorways also reduces accidents, which Kann points out could also benefit parents carrying babies and toddlers.Kann addressed the other issue of letting light into the first-level space by using multiple wide, narrow windows along the upper portion of the wall (this picture), installing a skylight over the staircase and using plenty of LED lights.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

smotu added this to Bedroom remodel
May 31, 2014
Wide hallway and doorways and high windows
Heidi Miller added this to furniture
February 24, 2014
pipe bed
dianedmrdh added this to For Architectural Design
January 16, 2014
small windows in bedroom... for cross ventilation... maybe in bathroom?
Heidi Miller added this to heidi_miller8589262's ideas
January 9, 2014
pipe bed
lapreneuse added this to lapreneuse's ideas
January 8, 2014
high windows in kids room
dieselcube added this to studio
August 6, 2013
accessible
sahara23 added this to Bedroom Ideas
May 5, 2013
unpretentious
kimberlykorb added this to Bathrooms
April 21, 2013
Want wide halls and clearance in kitchen
Lilian Kolff added this to Paraty
March 29, 2013
small windows example
spaces1995 added this to spaces1995's Ideas
March 17, 2013
closet space added outside room
judysipes added this to judysipes's Ideas
January 13, 2013
cool
reginacrawford added this to reginacrawford's Ideas
December 15, 2012
Doors
topbev added this to topbev's ideas
October 8, 2012
High windows to allow light. Do they open for ventilation?
watash1 added this to watash1's ideas
August 16, 2012
at least 36 inch wide halls and sliding doors to maintain accessability
mactease added this to Ruthann Remodel
July 10, 2012
floors?
terri1 added this to terri1's ideas
June 5, 2012
wide doors, senior ready
carmeli96 added this to carmeli96's Favorites
May 30, 2012
Love the simplicity
clinnyc added this to clinnyc's living space ideas
May 29, 2012
clerestory windows in below grade bedroom
coco1958 added this to coco1958's ideas
May 27, 2012
Design for ageing.
ralph1905 added this to ralh1905's Mbathroom
May 27, 2012
Doors a minimum of 36 inches; wider halls.
danielal added this to danielal's ideas
May 27, 2012
puertas
blulay added this to blulay's ideas
May 27, 2012
door width
jsquaredink added this to jsquaredink's Favorites
May 24, 2012
Doors
SPKCreative Abstract Art www.spkcreative.com added this to Stairs, Halls & Doors
May 24, 2012
Wide hallways and doors are useful for everyone.
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