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During renovation of streets In Liepaja, raised guidelines are deposited into the sidewalks in order to aid visually impaired people with getting around.





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Ganību street 197/205 Liepaja,
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25.10.2011 Author: LNB

* Furniture contrasts with the internal environment  * Chairs, table, furniture, doors, door jambs, informative plaque, guideline flooring, glass walls marking ... 


25.10.2011 Author: LNB

* The floor has been incorporated with a guideline for visually impaired people, which them to each door and every billboard (guideline width from at least 300mm); * Doors, door jambs, door handles, sofa, chairs contrast with the surrounding environment.


25.10.2011 Author: LNB

* The waiting room has a glass wall and doors, they are marked in a contrasting yellow color;  label is designed in 3 levels with a 100mm wide strip. (250, 1400 and 1600mm from the floor level).  


25.10.2011 Author: LNB

* The steps are designed in contrasting markings that help visually impaired people to navigate where the step begins and where it ends. At the top of the steps the  marking is 100mm in width throughout the length of the step. Horizontally in the upright position the step is 50mm wide. * Wall projections, corners are marked with a contrasting color; * Stair handrails are also contrasting....


30.08.2011 Author: LNB

3D telpas vizualizācija * The glass walls with markings are made more visible. Without the labeling, the wall would be difficult to see.  


25.10.2011 Author: LNB

* The letters are styled in bold (font height 25mm); * Tactile letters - 1mm; * Contrasting effect (black bottom, white letters); * At the bottom of the plate a semicircle is created, allowing to identify the start of  Braille; * The plate is placed on the handle side of the door on the wall, 1300-1600mm above the floor level.  ...


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