For those of us with all five senses intact, navigating through daily life can be difficult enough. Who hasn’t unexpectedly trip on a sidewalk crack or missed a step and fallen? Now imagine if you couldn’t see or hear.
Gallaudet, the only liberal arts university for the deaf and hearing impaired, is seeking to change the way the architecture of its campus relates to its students. Future building plans will attempt to create a benevolent built environment that uses design principles to improve the quality of life of its students.
Read the full article on Architizer here.