How architecture changes for the deaf
by Johnny Harris and Gina Barton
March 2, 2016
We live in a world made for people who hear. But what would our cities looks like if they were designed for the deaf? DeafSpace is an emerging approach to design and architecture that is informed by the unique sensory experience of those who don’t hear. In conjunction with Curbed’s feature on DeafSpace, we visited Gallaudet University to see what DeafSpace looks like in action.