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Great architecture is about much more than just creating a building that looks good. A well-designed home is one that functions well for everyone, incorporating comfort and security for people with all types of accessibility needs.
Bee Breeders are running ‘Accessible Architecture’ essay competition in parallel with its ‘Home for the Blind’ design competition. Participants are invited to take part in each competition individually or combined. For this essay competition, Bee Breeders is calling for opinions on the topic of accessible architecture. Why is it important? How has it changed? How does it need to change?
Individuals from any field are invited to share their opinion on the topic, and those that take part in the design challenge can further explore the concepts of their design project.
Winning essays will receive a share of the 1,000€ prize fund and will be included in the ARCHHIVE BOOKS' “What is Accessible Architecture?” print publication. Visit architecturecompetitions.com/accessiblearchitecture for more information.