Accessible with style - The Globe and Mail

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In this article from The Globe and Mail, journalist Matthew Hague explores how accessibility has traditionally been relegated to utilitarian, hospital-esque aesthetics in residential design, with a high price tag for homeowners to boot. Quadrangle and Human Space's project Axess Condominiums is featured as an example of how early integration of universal design principles both drives down overall cost and results in a more beautiful, hospitable space.

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