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Inclusive Urban Design: Public Toilets provides both design guidance and policy direction for the provision and design of public toilets covering city-wide, district-level and site-specific principles.Highlighting the role of urban design in reversing the trend of inadequate toilet provision, Clara Greed presents the fundamental principle that public toilets should be a serious core component in both strategic urban policy and local area design.This book provides urban designers and architects with an informed understanding and practical knowledge of toilet issues - including building design, levels of provision, location, safety, layout, disability discrimination and accessibility - arming them with the essential information for working with both public and private sector providers.
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Clara Estelle Breed (March 19, 1906 – September 8, 1994) was a librarian in San Diego, California, remembered chiefly for her support for Japanese American children during World War II.
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