Architecture Inside Out: exploring creative relationships between disability and architecture

Jos Boys, Zoe Partington-Sollinger

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Abstract

Architecture InsideOut is an Arts Council funded project bringing together architects with disabled and Deaf artists to explore innovative new ways of designing buildings and spaces which improve the built environment for everyone. Our mission is: ‘to promote activity that develops and captures models of new practice for the built environment, led by the creativity and experiences of disabled and Deaf artists’ We do this by: -enabling creative and constructive collaborations between disabled artists, architects, educators and related agencies -capturing, publicising and debating the best work so as to continually inform current and future practices. -developing the capacities of disabled artists, so as to make an impact on the built environment by improving the accessibility and quality of public spaces
Original languageEnglish
PublisherArts Council England
Publication statusPublished - 2009

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