High-access Home: Design and Decoration for Barrier-free Living
Learn how to create special arrangements for your home--or buy one fully equipped--with gadgets and features to accommodate a variety of facility needs, from children to disabled adults. Natural interiors accompany these barrier-free designs. 135 color illustrations.
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