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Designing for disabled

ENTRY forms for the two -I-Lo new architectural awards for designing for the disabled are now available from the Central Council for the Disabled and the Royal Institute of British Architects.

Sponsored by the Council. the awards are intended to draw attention to the necessity for buildings to be designed with the special needs of the disabled in mind.

The two new awards, announced last year, are for a building intended for general use by the public and also for a building purpose-built for the disabled, Buildings completed in the three years up to September, 1970, are eligible.

The closing date for entries is September 15 and judging will take place in October and November. Presentation of the awards—which will take the form of plaques on the buildings and certificates for the architects—will be made on February 1. 1971, at the opening of an exhibition which it is hoped will be shown later in othei parts of the country




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