Small But Successful

Reprinted from PN August 2000

Small accessibility projects are often the most challenging because they must interface myriad existing structural, legal, and financial constraints. In order to develop successful small projects, architects or designers must have the self-discipline to carefully limit the project's scope. Read about an entry and a bathroom that were made accessible.

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