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Graphic, Jikka Housing Complex, with Wheelchair-Accessible Pool, 2015–19

This is a Graphic. It was firm: SUMA. It is dated 2015–19. Its medium is graphic reproduction.

This wheelchair-accessible pool is part of a mountain residence designed by architect Issei Suma. It is among the amenities provided to the community of retired individuals and families that combine private spaces for living and working, and public spaces such as kitchens and access to nature—all of which are designed with accessibility in mind.

It is credited Courtesy of Issei Suma, photo by Takumi Ota.

  • Object ID #18491729
  • airbrushed gouache, brush and gold paint, graphite on illustration board.
  • Gift of Carleton Varney and Richard Hunnings.
  • 1977-106-2

Our curators have highlighted 4 objects that are related to this one. Here are three of them, selected at random:

  • Object ID #18486063
  • brush and watercolor, brush and gouache, graphite on cream illustration board.
  • Gift of Donald Deskey.
  • 1975-11-2

Its dimensions are

H x W: 68.6 × 91.4 cm (27 × 36 in.)

This object was previously on display as a part of the exhibition Access+Ability.

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