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Upcoming Events

Karen will be presenting at the following conferences:

Dwell on Design 2014, Los Angelos, CA – June 21, 2014

AIA National Convention 2014, Chicago, IL – June 27, 2014 – FR 304 “Why Are ADA Compliant Toilet, Bathing, Dressing and Locker Rooms So Tricky?”

ABX 2014, Boston, MA – October 28, 2014

In the News

Morris, Ali. “Architects Choice: Few of Our Favorite FormsArchitect, August 2012

Braitmayer to chair US Access Board” Seattle Times, April 14, 2013

Listen to a tour of the Magnolia Residence with Karen Braitmayer on KUOW radio.

The Magnolia Residence is featured in The Accessible Home: Designing for All Ages and All Abilities by Deborah Pierce (Taunton Press: October 2012).

Braitmayer, Karen. “The Power of Inclusion: Updates on Universal Design in Landscape,” Sitelines: Landscape Architecture in British Columbia, August 2012, 5-7.

Moses, Nalina.  “2011 Ideas Competition Calls for Housing with Universal Appeal.” The American Institute of Architects.  June 10, 2011.

Teagarden, Rebecca.  “Accessibly Beautiful,”  The Seattle Times Pacific Northwest Magazine, May 14, 2011.

Porter, Lynn.  “Architect tests universal design ideas in remodeling her house,” Daily Journal of Commerce, March 9, 2011.

President Obama Appoints New Members to the U.S. Access Board,” The United States Access Board, Sept. 14, 2010.

Heet, Erika.  “Highly Accessible,” dwell, Sept. 14, 2010.

Braitmayer, Karen L. and Fulton “Tony” Gale, III, “Justice at the Heart of Practice,” AIA/Seattle Forum Magazine, Fall 2009, 14-15.

Masi, Kenneth.  “ All Aboard: Customization keeps the cruising dream alive for those with mobility issues,”  Southern Boating, Feb. 2008: 120-127.

Braitmayer, Karen L. “Designing Accessible Entries,” Fine Homebuilding, September 2007, 116 — 122.

Salant, Katherine. “When Building a House, Plan Ahead for Residents’ Long-Term Mobility,” The Washington Post, December 3, 2005.

Klara, Robert. “The Director’s Chair,” Architecture, Sept 2005, 31-32.

Olson, Sheri. “An Architect with Disabilities Champions Public Accessibility for All,” Seattle Post-Intelligencer, March 8, 2004.