Inspired by the notion that a sense of well being, vitality and independence are important and attainable for individuals of all ages and abilities, this bath is designed to serve many needs and activities as families grow and change. Plumbing fixtures not normally associated with ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) compliance are creatively installed to meet ADA requirements. This well-designed space combines attention to dimensional accuracy with innovative placement of plumbing fixtures to produce not only an attractive setting, but also a room with universal accessibility and appeal.
Light, fresh and natural, the bathroom takes advantage of plentiful sunlight and pleasing views. Materials were selected for visual and textural richness, and functionality.
About the designer
|Cynthia Leibrock is principal/founder of Easy Access to Health, LLC in Fort Collins, Colorado, and is author of "Beautiful Barrier Free" and "Design Details for Health." She is co-author on a third book, "Beautiful Universal Design." Mary Beth Rampolla is an architect and senior project designer with Eva Maddox Associated, Inc. of Chicago.|
See the designer discuss this room. Watch the video. (2:37)