Framing the View

Like a good photographer, designers know how to frame the significant views within a structure as well the view from inside to an outside vista. Even the best view should be broken into framed images to provide focus and allow the brain to perceive the details

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Architecture and Brain Injury

Designing architectural space to accommodate and support recovery from a brain injury is one of the most challenging aspects of the broader domain of ‘accessible design’. Brain injuries can cause disruption of motor skills, cognitive reasoning and various forms of sensory perception depending on the area of damage.

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Ability – not disability is the design focus

Designing for the special population of the chronically ill or catastrophically injured should include a change in mind-set for the architect. First, the client is either an individual or a member of a special group with similar needs rather than the population in general. In our approach we focus on

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Architects and Responsibility

"There are many forms of responsibility that are built into the art of architecture, because architecture must work for people. It has to do the appropriate things for the environment. It has to touch so many real issues that touch real people in the real world……."

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