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Motionspot’s team aim to make accessibility a key part of the design process for projects it works on.

Accessible design specialist Motionspot has launched an innovative new website to support businesses looking to create accessible and inclusive buildings and services.

Motionspot’s website features new tools, information and products to support architects, interiors designers and anyone involved in the design of the built environment to create accessible spaces that inspire are more inclusive.

According to the organisation, accessibility has meant second-rate and clinical-looking design so its aim is to create products and services which comply with building regulations without compromising on aesthetic appeal.

For the first time, many of Motionspot’s design-led and innovative accessible products will now be available to explore online, with more ranges to follow soon.

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Its new ‘build your own’ specification function includes everything required for the tender process such as CAD blocks, product data sheets available as quick and easy downloads. New Doc M packs offer a more inspiring alternative to clinical-looking accessible WC and shower room facilities.

Alongside innovative accessible products, Motionspot also offers expert design consultancy at all RIBA stages to support companies, including retirement developments and care and housing providers, to deliver compliance and aesthetics in perfect balance.

The website highlights some of Motionspot’s most pioneering projects with companies, including Barclays and Bespoke Hotels, demonstrating what can be achieved when accessibility is considered as a key part of the design process.

Case studies of completed projects on the website also feature beautiful image galleries and detail Motionspot’s approach and inclusive design principles.

Motionspot was founded on the conviction that good accessibility does not need to look clinical. The firm was established in 2012 after co-founder James Taylor sustained a spinal cord injury.

Motionspot’s Co-Founder and CEO Ed Warner, commented: “We have come a long way since James and I established Motionspot nine years ago, when we set out to address the lack of well-designed accessible products and spaces.

“Our expert team is now supporting businesses all across the world create beautiful accessible spaces and designing innovative products that improve the lives of our customers.

“To celebrate our ninth anniversary, we are delighted to share our new website and excited to help more people create buildings and products that inspire and include.”

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