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Lodging Unit


The map is a floor plan of Family Home Lido No. 58, a lodging unit at Camping Union Lido, complete with walls, facilities and storage areas. The map is meant to be used together with the respective Directory, which contains detailed descriptions of furnishings and spaces, as well as accurate instructions for orientation.

Conventional Symbols

• Thick lines represent the outer and inner walls.
• Thin continuous lines outline parts of the furniture (beds, sofas, chairs, sanitary items) and the patio.
• Raised solid surfaces represent the rest of the furniture (tables, stovetop).
• Dotted surfaces represent closets and pantries.
• Dotted lines mark the entrances.
• A short thick line with two bulges on the sides is the ladder for the bunk bed.
• Four short and thin lines running parallel to the outer walls represent windows.
• Dots against the walls mark light switches.
• Perpendicular short lines against the walls represent electrical outlets.
• The thatched surface represents the adjacent lodging unit.

Exploring the lodging

Place the map vertically with the cut corner to the top right. In the upper left corner, you will find the words “Unità abitativa” (Italian for “Lodging Unit”) in large-print and braille. If you move your fingers across the sheet with both hands, you’ll come across various surfaces and lines enclosed within a roughly rectangular perimeter, which represents the shape of the accommodation. The vertical thatched surface running along its right wall is the adjacent living unit, which is not considered here.
Bring your hands down to the bottom of the sheet. Near the lower right corner, just to the left of the thatched surface, you’ll find a raised circular shape with some curved lines surrounding it. This is the patio table with four chairs around it and can be used as a reference point for further exploration.
If you move your fingers below the table or to its right, just before the thatched surface, you will encounter a line that marks the veranda. You can follow it parallel to the sheet’s sides, walking along the hedge that effectively encloses the patio.
Now place your fingers directly above the table and you will encounter two horizontal lines, one thin and one thicker. The thin line represents a window, while the thicker one is the outer wall of the accommodation, where the window is placed. Follow this wall to the right, and it will connect with the wall of the adjacent unit. Continue following the wall to the left and, just past the window, you will encounter a small perpendicular line jutting out. This is an electrical outlet that can be used from the veranda.
Continuing left beyond the window and the socket, you will find that the perimeter is interrupted by a dotted line, marking the front entrance door. Before entering, continue your exploration of the building’s facade: to the left of the door, the thick wall descends vertically, then turns left at a right angle, eventually intersecting the patio boundary. Before reaching the edge of the patio, you will come across a thin horizontal line, marking another window.
Now return to the dotted line by the entrance and enter the accommodation. In describing the spaces we will reference the Directory, which you may consult for further information and detailed descriptions of interiors.
Just to the right of the entrance, follow the inner side of the thick wall and you will encounter a short perpendicular line and a dot, indicating an electrical outlet and a light switch, respectively. Immediately to the left, there is a thin line forming a rectangle with rounded corners, which contains smaller rectangular shapes. This represents the couch with its cushions, and you are now in the living area with its open kitchen. In the upper right corner of the couch, along the thick wall, there is another short line marking an outlet. Below the couch, going downwards, you will find a window to the veranda: it’s the first of the two you touched before entering.
Now, move your fingers upwards from the couch, across the living area, and you will immediately encounter a familiar shape: another raised circular surface with surrounding curved lines. This is again a table with chairs. Continue upwards and you will find another raised solid block, this time rectangular. To the left, you will find four little holes in the relief, surrounded by a frame: this is the first module with the induction cooktop. To the right, you will find a hollow rectangular shape with a little cut in the middle: this is the fourth module with the sink. Just to the right of the sink, against the side wall, you will find a dot and a small line, marking a switch and an electrical outlet.
Now, if you move your fingers directly to the left from the kitchen area, after a brief flat area you will encounter a dotted surface with a small raised rectangular shape: this is the cabinet that houses a pantry, the refrigerator and an oven (the rectangular relief). Immediately below the oven, there is a section of thick line that runs vertically: follow it downwards. It will stop and then resume before rejoining the dotted line of the front entrance. This is the wall that divides the triple bedroom from the living area, and the short break in the line is the door. Let’s enter it, moving our fingers to the left.
Let’s explore the room clockwise. Just past the door, slide your fingers directly downward and we first encounter the little dot of a switch. Continuing down and past a small wall, we encounter the dotted surface of the built-in wardrobe. Let’s follow it until we are interrupted by the thick wall. Stay on this side of it and move to the left. We’ll soon come across a cluster of symbols: a small square, which would be the nightstand, and against the wall, a short line and a dot representing a socket and switch. To the left of these symbols, we find the elongated rectangle of the bed, which extends vertically upward, with rounded corners. Inside this rectangle, there’s another smaller rectangle portraying the pillow, so marking the head of the bed. Behind the bed, there’s the other window to the patio, which we identified while exploring it previously.
Now, if we move our fingers upward along the left perimeter wall, starting from the foot of the bed, we find another switch and socket and then a thin line. Let’s follow it and we will feel it’s a rectangle that develops to the right. This represents the bunk bed, once again with a rectangle within the perimeter marking the pillow. Immediately below its base, we find a thick line with two bulges on the sides: this is the ladder of the bunk bed, so be cautious when moving around the room!
If you move your fingers to the right from the lower end of the bunk bed, you will first encounter the thick line of a dividing wall and then the dotted surface representing the pantry and refrigerator, recognisable by the oven’s rectangular relief. Now you are back in the corridor.
This time, we move our fingers upward, and we’ll find the thick line of the wall proceeding vertically. Let’s follow it past the interruption, marking another door, and all the way to the top: at a certain point, it meets at a right angle with the dotted line of the rear entrance, before ending at another corner. But we return to the first door we encountered and, as we did before, we enter by moving our fingers to the left.
We are now in the master bedroom, where we will find a light switch to the right of the entrance. Just as before, let’s explore the rest of it clockwise. Moving our fingers to the left, beyond the line of a dividing wall, we’ll soon encounter the dotted surface of a built-in wardrobe. Let’s trace it to the end, where it meets the thick line of the left outer wall. From here, we go upward and encounter once again the small square of a nightstand, with a dot and a short line marking switch and socket to its left. Continuing upwards, we find the familiar rounded rectangle of the double bed, which we can follow to the right, then upward and back, identifying the two pillows. On the other side of the bed, as we continue upward, we find the same set of signs we encountered a moment ago, just mirrored: nightstand, socket and switch.
We’re here in the upper-left corner of the unit, as we can tell from the thick line of the outer perimeter wall. Just to the right of the nightstand, on the exterior, we find the thin parallel line of another window. Continuing to the right, we reach another corner and, a little below, once again the dotted line of the rear entrance. Let’s follow it to the right until it meets the line of the exterior wall again.
From here, we move downward along the line, skirting the right side of the corridor. We’ll encounter a pair of switch and socket first, then the interruption of a door, another door shortly after, a switch, and just a bit further, another socket. Here, we are at the end of the corridor, and if we moved downward and to the right, we’d find the raised rectangle of the kitchen area again.
From this corner, we move back upward along the corridor wall, passing first the socket then the switch, and then enter the first door we encounter to the right. We’re now in the second bathroom. If we move our fingers downward, we’ll immediately find a hollow rectangle with rounded corners, with another smaller rectangle and a mark inside it. This is the sink. Immediately to its left, in the inner part of the dividing wall with the corridor, we find a button and a short line indicating a switch and socket. To the right of the sink, we find the thick line of a dividing wall, with an opening at the top, and to its right the shower tray, which occupies almost the entire room: it is represented by a thin line drawing a rectangle with rounded corners and an “X” inside it.
We return to the corridor and continue moving upward along the right wall towards the rear entrance. We find the second door, and we enter that one too by moving our fingers to the right. We are now in the first bathroom.
Moving our fingers upward just past the door, in the corner, we’ll find the rectangle with rounded corners of the sink, which we can recognise as the one we encountered in the other bathroom, mirrored. Immediately to its right, there’s a short line indicating a socket. Moving our fingers upward, just outside the perimeter wall, we’ll feel another thin line marking a window here.
Finally, if we move to the right and slightly downward, before meeting the thick line of the right perimeter wall, we’ll find two rectangles with a rounded side: the one at the top is hollow, whilst the bottom one includes a smaller rectangle and a mark. These are, respectively, the toilet and the bidet.




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