This is a book which will oblige architects to rethink the methodology of designing for the disabled. It is a book that no practising architect, building control officer, local planning officer or access officer can afford to be without.
Author: Selwyn Goldsmith
Lifchez , R ( 1987 ) “ Rethinking Architecture : Design Students and Disabled
People ” , University of California Press Lifchez , R ( 1981 ) ... 4 , 1982 , pp9 - 14 ,
in Leach , N . ( ed ) “ Rethinking Architecture : A Reader in Cultural Theory ” ,
London : Routledge Healy , P ( 1997 ) ... Making Space : Women and the Man -
Made Environment ” , Pluto Press Montgomery , R ( 1989 ) “ Architecture invents
new People ...
Author: Environmental Design Research Association
Fried's analysis of David's painting concentrates upon the use of architecture to
create a sense of space , focusing on the plane created by the Arch of Triumph ,
which makes it plain that the Belisarius was “ a painting not made to be beheld ...
Author: Lennard J. Davis
Category: Social Science
BE up to $ 45 million in lottery money to fund open - space projects and
earmarked $ 1 million to fund the Front Range Trail in 2003 . ... the disabled .
Some 94 per cent of Coloradans used a trall last year . In an effort to maintain
enthusiasm and ... MD 208 W 2011 KORRUSERESANTE 19 2005 # 150003 - 03
CIRCLE 164 ON READER SERVICE CARD Practice YR design / build in their
curriculum . Of.
Category: Landscape architecture
"The idea of the accessible home has evolved beyond grab-bars and ramps to one where accessibility is built into the design, making living in the house easier both for people with disabilities and those without disabilities, young and old"- ...
Author: Deborah Pierce
I Maguire about the disability food that takes hours to prepare . Our home pages
hope he is not a practising archi - lobby going too far . One should won ' t be full
of absurdly minimal loft spaces . ' The tect , but he seems unwittingly to not design
Circle 101 on reader service card Elevator position indicator combines clear ,
natural - sounding speech and a visual display ... The Bather fits in the same
space as a standard tub / shower unit . ... Barrier Free Architectural Products , Inc.
Circle 202 on reader service card Lifts to aid the physically disabled include
Author: Eugene Clute
Category: Architectural drawing
The architect dropped the ground floor of Dukes to form a new kitchen and
excavated a cellar which serves both . A new lift at the heart of the complex
provides disabled access to upper floors . ... The traditional views flow on a north
- south axis through the brick of the older building contrasts wtih the space ,
linking the Bridgewater Canal to ... Specifications Carpets by Ege ( Reader
enquiry no 600 ) , ceramic tiles by Domus ( no 601 ) , fire - rated glazing by
Fendor Hansen ( no 602 ) ...
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.
Author: William L. Lebovich
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Incorporated
Handbook 3594 Handbook of Architectural Technol . ogy , edited by Henry J .
Cowan . ... In Metals , the reader is given fundamentals of metallurgy , the
properties of ferrous and non - ferrous metals , alloys , and methods of jointing . ...
Due to the large numbers of materials described each item is given limited space
, and the chapter is suitable as a ... Some mention of telecommunications and
computer installation , and reference to the disabled in safety would enhance
these chapters .
As a reference guide to designing for ADA and other international and American standards, this guide covers accessibilty for the disabled, elderly and children and encompasses vision, touch, hearing and motor impairment.
Author: Wolfgang F. E. Preiser
Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional
For example , " Parallel Lives : Working on Identity in Virtual Space , " written by
Sherry Turkle , seemed like it would discuss different aspects of the Internet . ...
Accessibility in architecture has enjoyed some recent prominence in light of the
ADA ( Americans with Disabilities Act , 1990 ) ... It is additionally rewarding to the
reader when it is discovered that this project was completed several years pre -
Category: People with disabilities