Architecture For Autism: Exterior Views

Web Abstract: 
A comparative analysis of designing classrooms that have good views, bad views, and limited views, using the design of the Kentish Town School Autistic Resource Base. The architect scaled back the amount of exterior views by employing opaque walls that allow light in but limit views out. There are still a few large views to the outside, and the opaque walls are punctuated every so often with small clear glass windows, mostly above eye-level.
Author: 
Henry, Christopher
Journal: 
Arch Daily
Media Type: 
Text
Publication Date: 
04/03/2012
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