first book!
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first book!

Friends, I’m so happy to say that my first book is under contract with Riverhead/Penguin! I’m just thrilled—I can’t even tell you. The book is about the unexpected places where disability is at the heart of design, from everyday household objects to architecture, street and city planning, pointing to larger systems design questions at the end. It … Continue reading

ramps in seoul
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ramps in seoul

There’s much more detail to come on this, but you can see here some images from Slope : Intercept’s most recent iteration, a collaboration with dancer Alice Sheppard. MediaCity Seoul invited me last year to design some ramps for the biennial that opened last month (September ’16), and in the meanwhile, my lab worked with … Continue reading

carmen papalia at olin, 9/25-29, and more collaborations
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carmen papalia at olin, 9/25-29, and more collaborations

This fall’s version of Investigating Normal will include several dream collaborators: Lacy Gillotti of NEADS, a service dog training organization, Alex Geller of Fathom Info, with whom we’ll be exploring disability and the school-to-prison pipeline, Mel Chua, a postdoc at Olin who is deaf, has spent her life “passing” as hearing, and will be getting a cochlear … Continue reading