The complete guide to barrier-free housing: convenient living for the elderly and physically handicapped

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Betterway Publications, 1991 - Architecture - 176 pages
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Covers exteriors, doorways, halls, bathrooms, kitchens, and closets, explains how to build to reduce maintenance, and offers designs for barrier-free homes

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The complete guide to barrier-free housing: convenient living for the elderly and physically handicapped

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Barrier-free housing design allows a person with any sort of limited mobility, curtailed dexterity, or a sight/hearing problem to live alone successfully without feeling institutionalized. Branson, a ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction
11
Entries Stairs and Halls
23
The Bathroom
31
Copyright

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