Planning Active Learning Classrooms: Tips for Facility & User Groups

Having designed many active learning classrooms that support peer-to-peer concepts, we have learned a few lessons. We explore some of those lessons in a two-part series about planning active learning spaces. This first installment provides advice for facility and user groups. Open Space The open space in the room is as important as the table …

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Accessible Medical Diagnostic Equipment

Designing and specifying equipment for medical facilities – physicians’ offices, clinics, emergency rooms, hospitals, and other medical settings – can be complicated. The pace of technological innovation in diagnosis and treatment certainly presents a challenge, as does complying with the Americans with Disabilities Act. While the ADA requires medical facilities that serve the public to …

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Hospitality Trends & Accessibility

Perpetually engaged in refreshing and reinventing their environments to keep a competitive edge and provide patrons with experience-driven amenities and services, hotel establishments and brands see trends come and go. Performing ADA compliance assessments at hotels and resorts all over the country – from New York to Hawaii – LCM Architects’ accessibility specialists are frequent …

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