In what ways do you find the design of buildings inaccessible?
I recently watched a TED talk given by Sinead Burke, the
disability rights activist, called “Why design should include everyone”.
In the TED talk Sinead speaks about living in a world designed for people of a ‘normal height’ and tells us how as a little person, who is 3 foot 5 inch, she comes across different problems in daily life. Some of these problems relate to locking toilet doors, being unable to reach cups in coffee shops and sitting on chairs.
Sinead speaks more about these issues in her empowering BBC Desert Island Discs podcast saying,
Or have you seen a good example of an inclusive building or shop that was easy to get around?
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