Belt and Suspenders Routine – Joel Solkoff’s Column

Disabled Accessible Architecture, Travelling, US Airport Design Belt and Suspenders Routine Architectural Column Vol. III, Number 1 by Joel Solkoff, PA, USA 19 Feb 2015 Belt and Suspenders Routine Joel’s Column Vol. III, Number 1 Wayne County International Airport, Detroit. Photograph courtesy of the airport authority. See Website: Metro Airport Ongoing Special Report on the benefits Detroit may offer Baby Boomers…

The Morgan Museum and Library

J.P. Morgan Library – Access Design

e-architect presents Joseph Mizzi, President of Sciame, known as “the king of New York City Construction Companies.”

In Part 4: Mizzi continues the exclusive e-architect video series detailing Renzo Piano’s first New York City project The Morgan Museum and Library.

In this informal video, Joseph Mizzi begins the process of describing his work with Renzo Piano, the importance of construction companies being sensitive to the design goals of architects, and technological advances in the building industry.

Low-cost Housing for the Aged: Disability Architecture

Housing for the Elderly, Disability Access Design Issues, Mobility in Buildings Low-cost Housing for the Aged J.P. Morgan Library and Museum in New York City – article by Joel Solkoff, 13 Oct 2013 13 Oct 2013 Low-cost Housing for the Elderly In this latest article by Joel Solkoff for e-architect he looks at housing access…

Morgan Library and Museum Access Design

Disability Access Design, Mobility, Renzo Piano New York Building, Architects Morgan Library and Museum Access Design : Architecture Library and Museum in New York City – article by Joel Solkoff, 20 May 2013 20 May 2013 Disability Access at the Morgan Library and Museum Disability architecture Background on designing disability access for Renzo Piano’s first…

Disability Access Architecture – Design

Disability Access Design, Long Term Care Communities, Mobility, Architects Disability Access Design : Architecture Continuing Care Communities – article by Joel Solkoff, 18 Mar 2013 18 Mar 2013 Disability Access Trickle-down architecture March 17, 2013, State College, PA, USA The rich are benefitting from a relatively new phenomenon that makes growing old a pleasure (or…

Disability Access – Architecture Design

Disability Access Design, Stairs and Ramps, Architects, Aging Population Disability Access : Architecture Design Managing Movement in and around Buildings – article by Joel Solkoff, 27 Feb 2013 27 Feb 2013 The future of architecture as the “baby boom” generation retires Disability Access Article by Joel Solkoff As one born two years after World War…