botton + gardiner believes that those with disability have the right to access all spaces and amenities used by the public, and strives to encourage accessibility in all of its street furniture. The Urban Range now features new products that meet AS1428.2 guidelines. Take a look.
botton + gardiner is renowned for its extensive range of street furniture that ensures people of all abilities are granted equal access. botton + gardiner is taking further steps to encourage this diversity by introducing products to the Urban Range that meet the guidelines laid out in Australian Standards 1428.2: Design for Access and Mobility.
Three setting styles have been reviewed and approved by a third-party accessibility consultant, looking at both the provision of a functional wheelchair zone and the setting holistically as having good universal design principles for the variety of users of public space settings.
For more detailed information on Accessibility, how the DDA (Disability Discrimination Act) works and how this relates to the Urban Range, visit the website and take a look at the new catalogue via the link below.