Despite the fact that the topic “full accessibility“ is initially often associated with age-appropriate living, barrier-free design has long been established in new buildings and modernisation, regardless of disabilities and age. We spend most of our day indoors, which is why we want to be as comfortable as possible there. Wide doors, step-free passages and flexible control options are an advantage for all age groups.
Children do not trip over a step when playing, the pram or heavy shopping can be taken into the house without much effort, and generously planned rooms create a positive feeling of space and sufficient room to manoeuvre. Comfortably and without any worries, we move in and through the house.
On top of this, full accessibility also offers some kind of security for the future. If we are unexpectedly in need of a barrier-free living environment, we can manage within our own four walls without any remodelling or help from others.