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The bright and open living and dining areas are conveniently located near the home's level entry.

Generous circulation space permits numerous, unencumbered 5-foot (1.5 m) wheelchair turnaround areas.

The wall-mounted cabinets serve as a buffet and china cabinet leaving floor spaces clear and easy to clean, enabling weelchair users to get close.

The ceiling-hung antique post office unit divides and preserves the clear floor space and serves as a conversation piece.

Smooth bamboo flooring provides easy wheelchair maneuverability.

The raised fireplace hearth is appreciated by a small child, a tall adult, or someone in a wheelchair.

 

Photo of humanized living spaceDesign by James J. Pirkl, FIDSA — Photo by Rodolphe Foucher

Furnishings rather than walls define the activity zones in these 'humanized' light-filled living/dining areas.



   
 

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