Spaces in where we live still appear inadequate to welcome the “diversity” or the “disability”. The architectural barriers don’t concern only the wheelchair users but a wider overview of difficulties.
This is a prototype which intends to overcome the common physical accessibility concept towards an augmented sensorial experience offering more contextual reading elements to the users.
This is a device which use the hearing and the touch, two sense not so involved in architectural design.
This is a microintervention able to condense the experience possibilities that the hearing and the touch offer to the users with the goal to offer an augmented quality of perceptions beyond the common “able – disabled” codification.