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STARON® Hotel Bathroom without Barriers at BAU 2015

Posted by Walter Phillips on 09.02.2015 - Tagged as: , ,

‘What use is the biggest and most attractive hotel suite to me’, states architect Ursula Fuss, ‘if I'm unable to use the bathroom because I can't get into it with my wheelchair, or the shower is constructed in such a way that I can't access it’

‘What use is the biggest and most attractive hotel suite to me’, states architect Ursula Fuss, ‘if I’m unable to use the bathroom because I can’t get into it with my wheelchair, or the shower is constructed in such a way that I can’t access it’

People with physical disabilities are dependent on buildings being designed in such a way that they provide disabled access. This principle has for the most part been applied in public facilities, even though there is still ground to make up in this respect. In hotels, on the other hand, the picture looks very different, and architect Ursula Fuss from Frankfurt, Germany, is therefore all the more pleased that Samsung Chemical Europe recently entrusted her with the challenge of designing a hotel bathroom with disabled access. (by Anna-Maria Wiede)

 

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