Buildings are designed for all people. Its design should reflect that. The Gallaudet University is pioneering design that's sensitive to people of with limited physical abilities. In so doing, they're designing a place where everyone stands on equal footing.
Architects and Students at Gallaudet University Formulate Deafspace Guidelines to Design Inclusive Buildings
Text by: Carren Jao
Edited by: Judith Torres
Published: August 2012, Bluprint
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