SIGNIFICANCE OF THE UNIVERSAL DESIGN OF LANDSCAPE ENVIRONMENT OF RESORTS AND REHABILITATION CENTRES
Keywords:universal design, environment, landscapes of resorts and reha- bilitation centres
AbstractThe research is focused on various aspects of landscape exterior design of resorts and rehabilitation centres that are marked by aesthetic val- ues and also incorporate functional landscape values. In order to ensure qual- itative environment for resorts and rehabilitation centres it is vital to comply with the principles of accessibility and usability for a wider range of users. Nowadays this is defined as universal design.
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