Lifts are unneccessary, she says (by "lifts" she means "elevators"; she's British). Oh, except in hospitals.
But architects insist on making them easy for folks to use -- elevators, that is. People shouldn't use elevators, says Bennett; they should climb stairs.
"Architects just don't get it," she laments.
Well, right -- only as all of us know, architects "don't get it" about removing stairs. Bennett doesn't get it either, it seems.
Richards discovers that more folks than Bennett sing the praises of stairs -- for our "fitness," you know. Read Richards' entry here: Disability Studies, Temple U.: Just when you thought it was safe to go back into the office tower...
While you're noodling around with this, go to Bennett's blog, will ya, and post a comment?