Shouldn't all design be human-centred? - Susan Ruptash, Canadian Architect

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Principal Emeritus Susan Ruptash penned a new feature on the importance of human-centred design for the latest issue of Canadian Architect. Click here to read the full article.

From the article:

It’s unacceptable that some people can make full use of our public spaces and buildings while others must make do with a more arduous or predetermined experience. When we embrace rather than just accommodate diversity, we devise better solutions for our workplaces, social spaces and urban realm.

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