MON-B02: Accessible Design as Good Design: A Conversation from the Field

Registration Eligibility
ASLA Online Learning opportunities are open to all. ASLA members may purchase this presentation at a reduced rate.
Start Date
02/02/2018
End Date
02/01/2020
Description
Landscape architects and their clients often worry that accessibility requirements will compromise design quality and water down otherwise cutting-edge projects. Join a landscape architect, an urban strategist, and a disability-rights advocate in a panel discussion as they share successes and bemoan compromises on both sides of the conversation.
Distance Learning
Yes
Course Equivalency
No
Subjects
Accessibility / ADA
Health, Safety and Welfare
Yes
Hours
1.50
Learning Outcomes
Identify the basic principles of Universal Design as applied in urban landscape architecture.
Learn specific design choices relative to accessibility and Universal Design for “special” populations, and how they can be of benefit in all design contexts.
Learn about global approaches to the design of streets and public spaces from a “complete streets” perspective.
Understand the “carrots” and “sticks” of the regulatory environment and disability rights advocacy, and how both benefit the public at large.
Instructors
Sean Sanger, ASLA, Copley Wolff Design Group; Barbara Knecht, Strategies for Cities; Josh Safdie, Assoc. AIA, Kessler McGuinness & Associates; Stuart Seaborn, Disability Rights Advocates
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Provider
American Society of Landscape Architects


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