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Great architecture and great design are more than just making a space look good – it needs to be functional, comfortable, and practical too. No one knows this better than those with functional variations that mean they have limited senses and rely on good architecture and great design on a daily basis.
The Home for the Blind competition is a chance for architecture and design enthusiasts to re-invent what accessible architecture looks like and how it can function to help those who cannot see. Bee Breeders are calling for submissions for a semi-detached house for a single blind occupant that includes all the amenities of a typical home, such as a kitchen, bedroom, living room, and bathroom, as well as a small courtyard.
This is an ideas competition, so participants are free to choose a location from their own home country and focus their efforts on innovative architectural concepts, rather than specific design details.
The Home for the Blind competition is the first in a series of competitions which will focus on exploring the relationship between architecture and accessibility. It is open to submissions until December 7, with winners of the 6,000 € prize fund to be announced on February 16, 2022
Visit architecturecompetitions.com/blindhome for more information.
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