I was very pleased to read your comments on the lack of public-friendly facilities at the British Museum's Great Court (14 February, page 44).
The museum is not a "public-friendly building" on another issue – baby-changing facilities. There is not enough space to park a pushchair and get your wriggling child out and on to the changing mat. You then have to deal with the low-voltage downlighters centred directly over the mat (looks good on a drawing) blinding your child – and then you cannot reach the bins to discard dirty nappies as your pushchair is wedged in the way. All of this is with a buggy that is the equivalent of the size of an urban Smart Car.
Don't get me wrong, I'm delighted that facilities giving access to all members of society are now more available – but Foster and Partners is a world-class architect. and its portfolio of public buildings is so extensive that it shouldn't get this kind of thing wrong.
Ann Bodkin, Bennetts Associates, via email.