New Melbourne Schools Must Adopt Inclusive Designs
More than a dozen new schools scheduled for development along Melbourne’s rapidly expanding periphery will be amongst the first educational facilities in the state to adopt...
Creating Inclusive Environments with DeafSpace Architecture
The Deaf community live in a world designed for people who can hear, but a new design movement challenges how buildings should be built, where sensory...
Seeing the Light with Luminance Contrast
When we consider the need for contrasting surfaces in the built environment, there are some important terms we must understand from the outset.
Richard Branson and Inclusive Design
How many times have you seen people cautiously approaching a glazed entry to a shopping centre without knowing where the automatic doors are?
Furniture and Fitment for Differing Needs
Provisions for people with disabilities and the relevant legislative instruments documenting these have traditionally attended mainly to ‘base build’ items in Australia.