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Posted by  Richard Haut on April 02, 2004 at 13:58:42:

In Reply to:  Re: Phony DesignCommunity Architecture Discussion Forum posted by Paruresis on April 02, 2004 at 12:50:22:

From your website, it is clear that the figure of 17,000,000 comes from your own organisation. Is there any research to back up this figure ?

Also, you have failed to answer the reasonable point that others have made - if facilities are made available which allow for what, for simplicity, I will call full-privacy restroom facilities (as is the case with larger single cubicles to be used by physically disabled, nursing mothers, etc.) why and how does it then affect you that there are other additional facilities which you do not feel able to use ?

As a parallel, if there is access to a building for those with physical disabilities (such as suitable lifts), it does not follow that architects should stop designing steps as well, does it ?

You evidently consider that the large number of former employers on your CV relates directly to their restroom facilities. Did you make any attempt to check out the restroom facilities of potential employers, since this is apparently a major concern for you and - in my experience - many organisations (though by no means all) do indeed have very good and private facilities ?

 
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