Space for the Deafblind.



I am currently in the 5th year of B.Arch. and doing my dissertation this semester. I intend to explore architecture from the deafblind point of view and create spaces that would allow him/her/they to not just exist but live with a connection to the built environment. 

It would be great if I could get some views over the topic, and case studies specific to India or else globally too. 

For now, I've started to look into the Blind People's Association in Ahmedabad.... but would like to know more.

Another doubt running in my mind, is how do I analyze a building from the deafblind point of view? Its absolutely impossible to un-see or un-hear a space, so how do I study the space by not being biased?

I really need some guidance!


Sandra Rex

Oct 23, 20 4:52 pm

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