let's hope other institutions and the public alike take note and inspiration from the Crawford's brave step into the 21st century.
Well done everyone involved
Then there's the design functionality. The interior is a mess of glass and metal. Don't get me wrong I like glass and metal but here the detail is faulty. Allegedly on opening night people were tripping on steps due to poor signposting of changes in floor levels.
I myself have used the new Ladies toilet -- it is difficult to use as an able-bodied person (poor lighting, handles in unexpected positions on doors, doors swinging in odd (and potentially dangerous) directions) -- goodness knows what it's like for someone with poor vision, never mind walking sticks (the entrance is up a shallow step that could be easily missed).
I'm sorry but if this is good design, I won't be ordering this architect.
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