Dwelling Accessibility: A Report to Paraquad, Inc. on Residential Environments for the Disabled
Washington University (Saint Louis, Mo.). School of Architecture. Community Design Workshop, Judith Oates, Michael Shatken, Shinichiro Wateri
The University, 1975 - Barrier-free design - 88 pages
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170 cars UNIT able-bodied person acres PK activity area adjustable agreed ALTERNATIVE CONTEXT architecture Washington university asked the group barrier-free bathroom bedroom choices circulation community design workshop components in terms conclusion CONTEXT ATTITUDE CONTEXT e ATTITUDE cooking counter heights DENSITY Design Study DWELLING design workshop school different building forms disabled person discussion dispersed du/a dwelling unit eating facilities function HEIGHT PK high-rise idea identified the problem individual KITCHEN COMPONENTS LAP BOARD look maintain a frontal necessary ORGANIZATION OF KITCHEN Overlap Paraquad paras and quads participants Participatory Design Study permeable wall physical PLANNING VARIABLES previous meeting private outdoor space prototype question refrigerator replicable RESIDENTIAL ENVIRONMENTS rotary configuration rotary motion school of architecture sf OPEN SPACE sleeping activities sliding access SLIDING community design sliding counter sliding relationship sliding surface socializing SPACE COFG stove top tions toilet training center transfer trash disposal tub/shower type of door varied WEEK wheelchair zoned