A third-year class at the University of Arizona’s College of Architecture, Planning and Landscape Architecture (CAPLA), ARC 301 Design Studio III: Integrations of Place, concluded its fall 2020 semester in a student project and universal design showcase, sponsored by Ascension Wheelchair Lifts. Each student briefly presented an architectural design project
The University of Arizona’s College of Architecture, Planning and Landscape Architecture (CAPLA) recently concluded its fall 2020 semester in a student project showcase and universal design competition. Ascension reached out to CAPLA instructor and Tucson architect Teresa Rosano to ask about the semester and the student design competition. We spoke
At Ascension, we’re thrilled that our wheelchair lifts increase school accessibility and enable thousands of students and staff with the ability to get to class and campus facilities safely every day. Ascension wheelchair lifts works with some of the largest school districts in the nation and a few years ago,
At Ascension, our mission is to foster inclusivity through accessibility in the built environment. To further our goal, we recently partnered with the University of Arizona’s College of Architecture, Planning and Landscape Architecture (CAPLA) to help support the next generation of architects build more accessible structures. We spoke with Teresa
What about architecture for the hearing impaired? Gallaudet University began the DeafSpace Institute to promote architecture for the deaf.
Over the past few years, several large companies have invested in developing adaptive fashion lines for people living with disabilities. However, fashion designed for people living with designed for people living with disabilities is not a new concept.
Regardless of their situation, it’s common for home owners to worry about damaging their home’s resale value when making accessible renovations. However, making informed, practical, and architecturally sound home accessibility modifications can actually increase a home’s value, in addition to its comfort and usability. The Trick to Increasing Home Value
Users, installers, general contractors, facility owners and managers – everyone needs something different from an accessibility option, and options are what Ascension wheelchair lifts are designed to provide.