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How Architecture Changes for the Deaf

We live in a world built for people who hear. But what would our man-made world look like if it were designed for those who don’t hear? Gallaudet University in Washington, DC is a school for the Deaf and hard of hearing. And they are redesigning entire buildings based on the sensory experience of those who don’t hear. They’ve only just begun to challenge themselves to examine how they could design entire buildings, entire campuses, or even cities, to be aligned with DeafSpace. Checkout what they’ve learned so far.

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