Make Yourself at Home: Designing Residential Bathrooms for Living in Place
About the Sponsor
TOTO is the world’s largest plumbing products manufacturer. We offer a complete line of commercial and decorative plumbing fixtures and fittings, faucets, accessories, shower and flush valves, as well as lavatories, toilets, Air Baths and urinals. More than 1,500 TOTO engineers and their colleagues are committed to achieving the seamless integration of performance, conservation, technology, and innovation. For over 90 years, we have been producing superbly designed, high performance lifestyle enhancing plumbing products for residential bathrooms and commercial restrooms.
Everyone deserves to feel at home in their space—starting with the bathroom. Join us for this one-hour course as we discuss how to incorporate Living in Place concepts to ensure every project is accessible for all occupants and visitors, regardless of age or ability. Designers and architects will learn about strategies, technologies, and design features to incorporate in residential bathroom projects that go beyond code compliance—helping promote independence and dignity for all.
- Recall basic principles of Universal Design that encourage strategies that make bathrooms accessible to all people, regardless of age, ability, or other factors
- Define Living in Place and discuss how it builds upon previous concepts to create design-forward bathrooms that promote independence and dignity for all
- Identify general strategies that incorporate Living in Place concepts to consider when designing bathrooms in new and existing residential projects
- Evaluate residential bathroom designs, fixtures, and product features to ensure that every project encourages Living in Place without compromising on design aesthetics
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