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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Robert Imrie; Peter Hall
|Description:||xi, 187 pages : illustrations, plans ; 25 cm|
|Contents:||List of Figures. The Authors. Acknowledgements. Preface. Part 1: Debate. 1. Inclusive Design and Development in the Built Environment. 2. Barriers to Disabled People's Inclusion in the Built Environment. 3. Access Directives in the Development and Design Process. Part 2: Illustrations. 4. Developers' Responses to the Building Needs of Disabled People. 5. Architects and Disabling Design Practices. 6. Shaping Access Through Institutional and Project Team Dynamics. Part 3: Reflections. 7. Alternative Directions in Property Development, Disability and Design. Footnotes. Appendices. References. Index.|
|Responsibility:||Rob Imrie and Peter Hall.|
'This is a well written and informative book on an important topic. The authors have taken an interesting perspective on access and the built environment by focussing on the role of the development