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Expanding your interests: Accessing creativity

In this video, Zoe Partington-Sollinger describes the importance of disability-inclusive architecture and design.

In the video above, disabled artist Zoe Partington-Sollinger talks about the importance of including disabled people in creative thinking around the design of buildings and spaces.

Talking points

  • When it comes to designing inclusive spaces, what do you think is the importance of interaction between designers and disabled people, and of experiential learning?
  • Zoe describes a project where physiological stresses are plotted in space to raise awareness of the impacts of the built environment on different people. Do you find this idea useful or interesting?
  • In what ways does Zoe suggest we might intervene in the built environment to make it more accessible for diverse people?

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