ACCESS ALL AREAS: DESIGNING SPACES AND PLACES FOR DIVERSE SENSORY NEEDS

Originally published in Blueprint Issue 358 and online at designcurial.com

“In each of these cases the buildings are designed to be as accessible as possible. Accessibility here is not simply a case of entering and exiting a space, but implies a more radical sense of empowerment. If we consider our environments as variously enabling and disabling, as opposed to seeing individuals as inherently able or disabled, then sensory intelligence should be a priority for any architect who seeks to radically change the built environment in which they work…”

Originally published in Blueprint Issue 358 and online at designcurial.com

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