Located in Columbus, OH, the Universal Design Living Laboratory (UDLL) is a NGBS Green Certified home (Gold level) designed as a demonstration site for universal design features.
Between October 25th and November 23rd, the home will be open for public tours to showcase how universal design and green building features can be included in both new homes and remodeling projects. Admission is $10 per person; proceeds benefit spinal cord research at the Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center.
UDLL is the residence of Rosemarie Rossetti, Ph.D., an internationally known speaker and advocate for people with disabilities, and her husband, Mark Leder, who built the home. The 3,500-square foot home is the highest rated universal design home in North America, earning three national certifications from Livable Design, ZeroStep, and Life-Flex Home. Universal design is a framework for the design of living and working spaces and products that benefit the widest possible range of people.
For more information about the home and the tours, visit udll.com.