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The DisOrdinary Architecture Project starts from the experiences, expertise and creativity of disabled artists. We work through co-partnering and co-design to bring together artists and built environment specialists on an equal footing. Our collaborations aim to generate creative and critical opportunities that open up innovative new provocations for thinking and doing disability (and ability) differently in architecture and the built environment. By learning lessons from what we do, we aim to become thought leaders in the field, and to influence attitudes and practices as well as the design of our built surroundings.
For disabled artists interested in built space – we offer training and employment opportunities. If you would like more information, or to get involved, go to Contact.
For built environment students and educators – we would love to work with you to co-create new kinds of learning and research activities, that grow out of doing disability differently. If you would like more information, or to get involved, go to Contact.
For design and cultural professionals – we can co-explore ways to open up exciting and innovative engagements with dis/ability, creativity, design and cultural spaces. If you would like more information, or to get involved, go to Contact.
For policy-makers and public engagement specialists – we can work with you to embed disability, access and inclusion as core elements of your mission. If you would like more information, or to get involved, go to Contact.
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