Ammie Kim designed this long, neutral hallway, featuring hardwood flooring, contemporary wall art and an angled beam ceiling. This view of the hallway shows the easy accessibility to the home's dining area.
This ADA-compliant kitchen was custom-designed for accessibility and mobility in a wheelchair. Crisp black countertops provide contrast against sleek, light cabinets for a contemporary look, and fun artwork adds a vibrant splash of color.
Stunning White Marble Shower Features Spa-Like Showerheads
Stunning white marble tile installed vertically creates the impression of space and luxury in this contemporary shower. A modern hand-held showerhead and rainfall showerhead complete the spa-like ensemble, while a rack makes for handy towel accessibility.
For maximum accessibility, the designer of this contemporary bathroom installed a curb-less shower with a 60-inch turning radius, a fold-down seat and attractive grab bars. Beautiful slip-resistant porcelain tile floors add style and function throughout the space.
ADA-Compliant Kitchen Features Contemporary Design
This ADA-compliant kitchen was custom-designed for accessibility and mobility in a wheelchair. Two high-tech motorized wall cabinets can be lowered to countertop height for easy access. Sleek, light cabinets and stainless steel appliances create a contemporary aesthetic.
This ADA-compliant kitchen was custom-designed for accessibility and mobility in a wheelchair. Two high-tech motorized wall cabinets can be lowered to countertop height for easy access. Crisp black countertops provide contrast against sleek, light cabinets for a contemporary look.
The spacious display cabinets in this Los Angeles clothing store are made of glass, allowing for plenty of storage, and visibility as well as accessibility of product. A crystal chandelier hangs in the room, with other lighting provided by store front windows and recessed lighting in addition to the bounce back of light from the numerous mirrors.
Who’s ringing the bell? Find out by seeing live video feed on your cell phone — then communicate via two-way audio. It’s like installing a call box with video, plus a motion sensor, night vision and accessibility across multiple devices — so you can even see who’s there when you’re out of the house.
Large Back Patio and Outdoor Entertaining Space
Having an outdoor entertaining space was important to the homeowners, so designers included a large back patio with outdoor dining area into the home's design. With accessibility to the home from sliding glass doors from the kitchen and indoor dining area, this space allows the homeowners to easily entertain and enjoy time with friends and family in an al fresco setting.
Dynamic Townhouse Kitchen Is Fabulously Functional
Form and function expertly combine in this stunning townhouse kitchen. A wall of steel-framed interior windows provides practical division between the kitchen and dining room while adding an architectural focal point to the home. Floor-to-ceiling cabinets maximize the kitchen's limited square footage, and a track ladder provides easy accessibility while adding another point of interest to the dynamic space.
Dark cabinetry can bring a sense of elegance to your child's room. If you don't have enough closet space, an open cabinet system may be a better option. Install clothing rods vertically to save space and to give a boutique-style look to the space. Keep items you use every day at hand level for easily accessibility. Photo courtesy of California Closets.
Currently the only-North American location of the four-star Solis brand, with locations in Ireland and China (and new properties coming in Qatar, Florida and Indonesia), Solis shares an architecture firm, HOK (which also designed Atlanta's 1.6 billion Mercedes-Benz Stadium) , with the equally slick and modern adjacent Porsche Experience Center. Amenity-loaded, the hotel has an indoor pool, on-site gym and free Wi-Fi and two memorable dining and drinking destinations. Overlooking both Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport and the Porsche Experience Center track from its open-air rooftop perch, the Overdrive Lounge has a Jetsons-meets-Space Age vibe and chef Derrick Green's memorable bites including tuna tartare tacos you won't want to miss as well as the car-themed (when it Rome) Formula 911 featuring muddled blackberries, vodka and Combier. The equally stylish Apron restaurant also helmed by Ritz Carlton vet Green is more chef-driven and imaginative than your usual hotel spot. Apron also features a dog-friendly patio (recommended when the weather is nice), with both tables and lounge-type seating with an impressive view of the airport flight path. Green's focus on inventive Mediterreanean fare offers up nods to Greece in an oregano-infused chicken and to African foodways in a berbere-accented lamb dish with kale and a luscious, tangine-spiced farrotto. A caramel-poached golden beet salad with goat cheese mousse illustrates Green's desire to blend haute cuisine flavors and ingredients with delicious accessibility. Cocktails and craft beer offerings are imaginative and often feature local distilleries like Old Fourth Distillery and ASW as well as Jekyll Brewery, Terrapin and Hapeville's own Arches Brewery so diners can sample some locavore flavor.