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Over-scrupulous approaches to the provision of equal access for the disabled are not confined to the UK. Some newly arrived scholars at Richard Meier's Getty complex in Los Angeles have had difficulty getting on to their balconies. The reason?

The glass doors were deemed too narrow for disabled access, and have had bars placed across the centre. So they can be reclassified as windows.

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