"Chapter 4: Barriers by Tradition"
Author: Miner, Margaret
Published In: Adapting Historic Campus Structures for Accessibility
Features of the built environment that constitute barriers to handicapped people served utilitarian or psychological functions that were important in their time and place. Discusses these features and other accessbility problems and lists the most frequent major design challenges in older buildings.
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