So it’s the year 2050 and you’re looking to remodel your kitchen. You want something that has lots of flexibility, looks great, and is accessible. Let’s also say you don’t want to invest in a lot of pots and pans or don’t have the storage. Well then you might be purchasing the Heart of the Home. A futuristic kitchen concept by Electrolux.
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This is a beautiful wheelchair accessible house located in a wooded area of near Vancouver, British Columbia. Showing how a home can be modified to be accessible along with aesthetic design. I came across this house in an article on Busyboo.com:
This project is a renovation and addition to a 1950s, modernist spec-built rancher of 3,000 sq. ft. designed to meet the requirements of Mr. Siple, an independent filmmaker who is also confined to a wheelchair.
Just a quick note coming from a person working at a Center for Independent Living. Try not to use words like “confined to a wheelchair” or “wheelchair bound”. Instead use something more along the lines of “wheelchair user”. Yes it’s a PC thing but it’s respectful and little things like that can go a long way.