“…detailed, well-illustrated, and useful… Students and practicioners of architecture, community planning, and town development will find this book valuable… Recommended.” (CHOICE)
“[A]n invaluable resource for designing communities that accommodate social diversity and provide equitable opportunities for all residents.” (Home Builder)
“[T]he first comprehensive guide to achieving New Urbanism’s aims while ensuring that nearly every new dwelling is accessible to individuals with impaired mobility….the baby boom generation is large and is getting creaky. The country is moving in the direction that Inclusive Housing
prescribes.” (New Urban News)
“[A]n important addition to the literature of accessible design....the text is clear and the mission fulfilled though a well-organized approach to the topic....recommended for academic programs in architecture, gerontology, and disability studies as well as for public libraries charged with addressing broad community needs.” (ARLIS/NA Reviews)
“A 'must' for arts, homeowner, and urban studies collections alike.” (Midwest Book Review)
About the Author
Edward Steinfeld is the director of the IdeA Center in Buffalo, New York.
Jonathan White is the design assistant for the IdeA Center in Buffalo, New York.