Accessible Design

What Our Clients Are Saying?

“We didn’t want our home to look institutional. We wanted glamorous and that’s what we got.”

- Stuart and Priscilla Schube (Parkinsonian)

Accessible Design, also known as Universal Design, supports independent living for individuals with disabilities.

Accessible Design uses attractive innovations to break through barriers to independent living.


Adele Cohen Segel obtained advanced training in Accessible Design at Harvard University.

Priscilla Schube (Parkinsonian) Media Center, Bathroom And Living Room

Adele and her architect turned a seldom used bar into a media center which serves as the "brain" for most of the Schube's home's electronic functions. The media center is wired to remotely turn on room, entry and closet lights along with the home's.
What Our Clients Are Saying?

"Thank you for showing my husband and me how we could lose a closet, add an elevator, and wind up with much more storage space than we had to begin with! You are a master problem-solver. And the gorgeous built-in cabinets and closets you designed are phenomonal!"

- Steve and Sylvia Brody

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