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Designing for accessibility - an introductory guide

Author: Palfreyman, T.
Year: 1993
Type: Book

Abstract:

This is an illustrated introductory guide to the design of buildings accessible to a wide range of users including people with mobility or sensory impairements, those with luggage or shopping, parents with young children, and older people. The main part of the booklet covers the basic design considerations, the appendices cover the importance of building management, fire safety, relevant legislation, useful organisations and trade associations and further reading.

Further Details

Pages 32
Publish Location London
Publisher Centre for Accessible Environments
Accession Number 05.07.05
Keywords access, design, mobility, vision, United Kingdom

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