Sesame Access’ Invisible Lift transforms stairs into ADA compliant elevators making them wheelchair accessible. Using patented engineering, Sesame Lift rebuilds an existing staircase, makes it seamlessly slide away, and a lift rises in its place. The exterior/interior of a building doesn’t need to be altered because it’s fully compliant with all ADA regulations.
Once the Invisible Lift is accessed by a wheelchair user, the stairs slide back to their regular position, leaving just a small seam visible. The Invisible Lift has been used in a variety of buildings, such as banks, Apple stores, churches, and palaces – and more notably the Space Needle in Seattle and the Sydney Opera House.
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The Invisible Lift can reportedly save up to $650,000 over a ten-year period when compared to a traditional elevator as there is zero loss of space. Traditional elevators take up a building’s facade and interior space, whereas the Invisible Lift only uses the existing stairs.