Built by Enter Architecture in Edgecliff, Australia with surface 150.0. Images by Brett Boardma. At 150sqm, the project was modest in its footprint but sets a clear example of digitally fabricated interiors, and a ...

Edgecliff Medical Centre / Enter Architecture

Edgecliff Medical Centre Interior by Enter Architecture //// Enter Architecture have recently have completed an interior project for a Medical Centre for Austistic Children in Sydney, Australia.

Autism-Friendly Design Conference, 9 October 2015

Conference: Autism-Friendly Design

Sweetwater Spectrum Community / LMS Architects

Sweetwater Spectrum Community / LMS Architects

2014 AIA Housing Awards - Sweetwater Spectrum Community by Leddy Maytum Stacy Architects

Designing for Autism: Spatial Considerations

Designing for Autism: Spatial Considerations

Last week we looked at the different sensory sensitive approaches to lighting design for autism. We saw how contradictory recommendations have.

What do we know about designing for individuals with autism? Those concerned with sensory issues are split on some issues. Some say we should limit...

Designing for Autism: Lighting

Image 5 of 6 from gallery of Designing for Autism: Spatial Considerations. River Street School designed by James Vance and Associates Architects © Robert Benson

Designing for Autism: More Able Not Less Disabled | ArchDaily

A young kid not afraid to push the limits. He does a back flip on his wheelchair!

Architecture for Autism: Exterior Views

Architecture for Autism: Exterior Views

In 2007 I visited one of the most talked about autism buildings at the time, the Netley Primary School Autistic Unit in London, England.

Designing for Autism: The 'Neuro-Typical' Approach

Designing for Autism: The 'Neuro-Typical' Approach

Similar to a mainstream school setting, Celebrate the Children, a school for children with autism, lines its hallways with colorful banners,.

How do we know that sulfuric acid does not cure scurvy? Is it our wonderful intuitive sense about sulfuric acid’s properties? That can’t be it....

Architecture for Autism: Architects moving in the right direction

How do we know that sulfuric acid does not cure scurvy? Is it our wonderful intuitive sense about sulfuric acid’s properties?

HKS Architects - Enhancing the Built Environment for Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASDs)

HKS Architects - Enhancing the Built Environment for Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASDs)


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