The alphabet of non- visual architecture – towards a methodology of enabling people with visual impairment to participate in architectural play
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Sight is the main sensory channel that determines access to the world of architecture. Any deficit in this sense constitutes a serious obstacle disrupting the physical, mental and emotional relationships with the developed environment. The idea of equal access for visually impaired users of architectural space requires consideration of all of these. The author’s statement is an attempt to draw attention to the need to develop methods that would open the way for emotional reception of architecture conditioned by visual dysfunction.
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