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Trädäck, (svensk text)

Entrance door with exit to the deck
Entrance door with exit to the deck

User on the deck
User on the deck

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Wooden deck

Spacious wooden deck outside single-family home – suitable for wheelchair users

A large wooden deck with seating and interspersed planted beds, trees and shrubs is located in front of the house.

Authors comments
The wooden deck makes the garden feel like a continuation of the house; it is barrier-free. The user is extremely satisfied with it.
Landscape architect Ulf Nordfjäll, who helped install the garden, suggested building a large wooden deck instead of a small veranda.
Another advantage of the wooden deck is that less dirt is dragged into the house.

Ulf Nordfjäll, landscape architect

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Tip is dated from 2006

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housing » porch/garden, Tips and tricks from people with High paraplegia with impaired balance (Th 2-10, ASIA A, B).

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