An Accessible Jewel

Menendez, Frank
March 2010
PN;Mar2010, Vol. 64 Issue 3, p38
Trade Publication
The article features the 2,500-square-feet residential house of Paralyzed Veterans of America member Kenneth Laurent designed by architect Frank Lloyd Wright in Rockford, Illinois. The author emphasized that the architect's work is very unique due to his intuitive vision and cooperation with the Laurent's family to design a house in an accessible residence for a wheelchair user style. An exterior-door threshold is considered one of the accessible way of Laurent in the house. INSET: About the Architect.


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