Architecture for Autism: Architects Moving in the Right Direction

Web Abstract: 
Explores the research on architectural interventions that are beneficial for individuals with autism, such as changing a classroom’s spatial characteristics and acoustics. Concludes that architects are still a long way off from discovering which design decisions are most effective, but it is heartening to see architects moving in the right direction.
Author: 
Henry, Christopher
Journal: 
Arch Daily
Media Type: 
Text
Publication Date: 
01/04/2012
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