curbless

curbless

(ˈkɜːblɪs)
adj
with no curb or restraint
References in classic literature ?
That beck itself was then a torrent, turbid and curbless: it tore asunder the wood, and sent a raving sound through the air, often thickened with wild rain or whirling sleet; and for the forest on its banks, THAT showed only ranks of skeletons.
The master bath features a soaking tub, a dual-sink vanity with custom cabinetry rendered in dark-stained maple and an oversize curbless shower.
Hotel-Inspired Bathrooms Pampering spa features, including multiple showerheads, steam showers, body jets, chromatherapy and upscale glass enclosures with curbless entry for aging in place, remain strong.
The curbless street features removable bollards and can be closed to vehicular traffic to provide a safe venue for outdoor festivals and gatherings, such as last year's Illuminate Light Art and Technology Festival, she says.
Suggestions include creating curbless shared streets and installing custom "gateway" structures at the main pedestrian entrances to the district to give people a sense of arrival in a special area.
The master bathroom has a curbless shower with grab bars and a shower bench, as well as a dressing area for Dan.
Also on Gonzalez's universal design to-do list: Having a larger percentage of cabinets from the counter level down (to avoid the need for a resident to stand on chair to reach an item), installing more slip-resistant flooring and curbless snake showers with trench drains and replacing "institutional-looking" grab bars in showers with those designed to look like a decorative accessory.
Curbless entry and automatic doors cater to the accessibility needs of the center's clients, who are typically elderly.
The trend is the curbless shower entry, meaning the shower and the bathroom floor are on the same level.
Concept One calls for the reconstruction of 7th Street near All-America Square into a "festival street" with decorative pavement materials and a curbless cross-section.
A curbless shower with linear drain reduces wet floors and the possibility of slips and falls.