Prototyping Workshop in Seattle Provides New Approach to Increasing Accessibility
By Jack Stubbs
IA Interior Architects (IA), a global firm that looks to design people-centric environments across several market sectors including corporate office, retail, healthcare and education, recently held an event that looked to move the needle around accessibility within the public realm.
On June 20th, IA hosted an event, called “The Future of Public Space: Universal Design Thinking Workshop” and held at The Riveter Coworking Space in Seattle’s Capitol Hill neighborhood, where the firm presented a hands-on approach to thinking differently—more inclusively and universally—about the design of public spaces in the built environment….
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