The design of spaces for people with visual disabilities is an important issue when it comes to talking about accessibility. Architects who adopt the principles of universal design understand that the needs of a blind client are the same as those of all people. Inclusive design is vital in order for all users to be able to develop comfortably and to correctly understand the various functions of a space. Given the need for our cities to promote integration, we present three exemplary projects for a blind user; a house, a building and a public space. A House for a Blind Inhabitant
The MAC House by So & So Studio was designed for a blind woman in Thiene, Italy. After 50 years of living in her old house, the architects chose to implement a design that would allow her to move easily through the new house.
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