Without Walls: Disability and Innovation in Building Design
History of Places · screen south
Join a series of presentations about specific projects and design processes highlighting how collaboration with people who have personal experience of disability can enhance and enrich architectural design, both for practitioners during the design process and for users of the resulting buildings and spaces. Speakers include Dr Jos Boys, co-founder of The Dis/Ordinary Architecture Project, Dr Graham Pullin, author of the manifesto Design Meets Disability (MIT, 2009), and Chambers McMillan Architects.
The day is specifically geared towards architectural students and practitioners, as well as designers and design educators, but all are welcome.
In collaboration with Accentuate, History of Place. Supported by the National Lottery through the Heritage Lottery Fund.
This symposium accompanies the display Without Walls: Disability and Innovation in Building Design (V&A, Gallery 127 and 128A until 21 October 2018).
We provide BSL interpretation, Speech to Text and this venue is wheelchair accessible. If you have any other access requirements please do let us know. Owing to the capacity of the venue, there are only 6 places for wheelchair users: they will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. All booking by phone only: please call 0207 942 2211