Display On now until Sunday, 21 October 2018

Without Walls: Disability and Innovation in Building Design

Presented by the V&A+RIBA Architecture Partnership in collaboration with Accentuate. Produced for History of Place, supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund

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Buildings dictate who feels welcome – this is particularly the case for disabled people. This display charts the shift in design practice from designing for, to designing with, disabled people and asks how we can achieve truly universal design.

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Still from Koolhaas Houselife, Ila Bêka & Louise Lemoine, 2008. © Bêka & Partners

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Architectural model of Hogeweyk Dementia Village, DVA Dementia Village Advisors and Architects, 2017. © Molenaar, Bol&vanDillen Architects

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"As far as I'm concerned it's neither public nor convenient", poster for The Spastics Society, Benton and Bowles, about 1979 – 82. Museum no. E.976-2002. © Victoria and Albert Museum, London

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Plan view of church and Chaplain's house, St Saviour's Church, Sir Edward Maufe, 1924. RIBA Collections

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Maggie Davis in her kitchen at Grove Road, Andra Nelki, about 1982 – 83. RIBA Collections

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Chris Downey reading a braille and printed architectural plan, Don Fogg, 2017. © Don Fogg

Without Walls: Disability and Innovation in Building Design