"Chapter 2: Designing Buildings for All People"
Author: Miner, Margaret
Published In: Adapting Historic Campus Structures for Accessibility
A central requirement in modifying older buildings is the necessity of considering the actual needs of a wide range of people who will use the building, including those with mobility handicaps, with full or partial loss of sight or hearing, and with a variety of other activity limitations. Covers the mythical "average man", designing total access systems, and preservtion standards and accessibility.
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