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Basics barrier-free planning

Basics

Author: Skiba, I., Zuger, R.
Year: 2009
Type: Book

Abstract:

This book by Isabella Skiba discusses how buildings are not conceived solely with average people in mind; they offer a protective shell for everyone. Basics Barrier-free Planning improves our understanding of the needs of people with disabilities such as limited mobility or impaired vision, children, and the elderly, all of whom have special requirements when using a building. The book presents possibilities for designing buildings and their spaces so they can be used by everyone.

Further Details

Author Bielefeld, Bert
Edition 1st
Section 78
Publish Location Basel
Publisher Birkhauser
ISBN/ISSN 9783764389591
Accession Number July, 2010
Work Type Book
Keywords Barrier-free, planning, disabilities, limited mobility, impaired vision, children, elderly

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