"interior design"

About: Frimley Park Hospital (Frimley)

Having visited the hospital several times over the last few weeks with my mum who is in a wheelchair I have found that accessing the disabled toilet in the main entrance area quite a feat.

most disabled toilets don't take into consideration the amount of room required to manoeuvre

a wheelchair and this one is no exception, once inside you then have to shimmy round to apply brakes and help the person out of the chair and on to the loo, having managed this gymnastic feat the person then wants to wash their hands obviously that managed where is the drier? Beside the washbasin one would have thought, but no, the hand drier is now behind the wheelchair on the opposite wall.

Perhaps you could call the designers back and see if they can spot their deliberate mistake.

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