Accessibility: A Strategy for Educating and Orienting the Building Community to be Responsive to the Needs and Concerns of the Disabled
National Research Council (U.S.). Building Research Advisory Board. Special Advisory Committee on Accessible Environments for the Disabled
National Academies, 1976 - Barrier-free design
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