By David A. Macpherson, Jerusalem Post staffThe new smooth stone stairways have been designed to provide comfort for people with chronic pain.
They’re designed to ease the pain of chronic pain while also helping people to walk better.
The project was funded by a grant from the Israeli Ministry of Health, and has already seen more than 1,000 Israelis use them.
The staircases are designed to be able to be lowered to the ground in less than 30 seconds.
The stairs are constructed of two layers of concrete, each layer weighing between 6 and 7 kilograms.
They’re made from recycled concrete and the materials are certified to be non-toxic.
The first two floors have two stairs, and the third floor is designed to have a ramp and a small step to allow people to get up quickly.
The ramps are located in a section of the staircases, so people who need to go up the stairs can easily get up.
The concrete flooring is made from a composite of recycled concrete, aluminum, stainless steel and glass.
The glass flooring and the metal flooring are coated with a coating of zinc oxide.
The zinc oxide is meant to be reflective.
The floors of the new staircases have been made from aluminum to be as durable as possible.
The metal floor plates, as well as the aluminum plates and the aluminum panels, are also coated with zinc oxide, which will absorb UV light.
This new design is meant for people who are experiencing a lot of pain and are also sensitive to light.
For example, some people who suffer from multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease, or cancer, can experience light sensitivity.
The new design of the stairs allows people to use light to see better.
The steps are designed so that people will feel safe while using the stairs.
The design will also make it easier for people to keep up with other people who use the stairs as well.
The new staircase will be a great addition to the city’s accessibility efforts.
According to the Ministry of Housing, people with disabilities will be able use the stairways to walk from their homes to restaurants, shops, offices, or anywhere else they need to get around.
The smooth stone steps are being developed in conjunction with the City of Jerusalem’s Office for Disability Affairs.
The office is working with local residents to identify and evaluate the needs of the residents.
The design of smooth stone staircase was designed by local Israeli firm Smooth Stone.
It’s expected to be ready for installation by the end of the year.