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Titel: Design for Dignity: Studies in Accessibility...
Verlag: Wiley, New York
Zustand des Schutzumschlags: Dust Jacket Included
253p large format, hardback with dustjacket, from a Cambridge college library, fitted with protective jacket, excellent copy, unused. Buchnummer des Verkäufers PAB 127964
Inhaltsangabe: A guidebook to architectural design for accessibility, this book is heavily illustrated to convey both individual details as well as the overall design of spaces and how they work or don't work for disabled users. The case study format presents numerous built projects arranged according to building types including houses, schools, churches, theaters, stadiums and offices and describes how they have fared in real life.
High praise form Kevin Roche, AIA Gold Medal recipent
"For those in the design profession, this is an essential reference book. For the public at large, it is an educational document of major significance... By showing actual solutions to real problems, both the need and the resolution are amply and clearly illustrated for all to understand." -Kevin Roche, FAIA, 1993 AIA Gold Medalist
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