An interesting read by Bess Williamson assessing the accessibility issues still present in architecture even 30 years on from the introduction of the ADA.
An interesting point made in the article is that ADA compliance is seldom considered as a design feature, but rather an afterthought to satisfy the minimum legal requirements. It is almost impossible to identify an iconic example of architecture that is also truly accessible beyond the minimum.
Read the article in full here: https://bit.ly/2RoUqvO
of DESIGN BUILD
Being involved in ADA design and construction has given me the opportunity to help a lot of business owners and commercial property owners prevent costly ADA compliant lawsuits.