Accessibility 2017: Universal Design in Multi-Family Homes

Presented by: Erick Mikiten, AIA, LEED AP

AIA/CES (HSW) Learning Units: 1.5 Hours

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This course complies with California licensure requirements for accessibility (SB 1608 and California Business and Professions Code Section 5600.05), the Texas BOE requirement related to barrier-free design, and provides essential information about accessibility requirements applicable in most states.

In this 90-minute course, Erick Mikiten, AIA, wheels us through this 39-unit affordable housing project for people with a wide range of abilities. Erick describes the seven principles of Universal Design and then shows us how he incorporated these into this award-winning projects. Erick encourages design professionals to think broadly about how to create beautiful environments that are usable by as many people with varying level of abilities as possible.

Viewers will gain an appreciation for how to make spaces, furniture and outdoor equipment widely usable to people of different ages and abilities while creating rich and rewarding experiences.

This course has a downloadable transcript.

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Course Prices: $45 AIA members, $75 non-members
Series Prices: SAVE $35 – $45 when purchasing the four-course series ($125 AIA members, $195 non-members)

Please note. This continuing education course is licensed for viewing to a single individual. The California Architects Board (CAB) conducts audits to ensure that individuals have viewed this course in its entirety and successfully passed the quiz. aecKnowledge cooperates with CAB’s auditing procedures and verifies whether individuals have purchased the course, successfully passed the quiz, and obtained a Certificate of Completion from aecKnowledge.

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