For the millions of people who live with disabilities, the built environment can be an intimidating place. They not only have to live with corporeal limitations, but they also have to navigate urban boundaries, too. That is why the Cooper Hewitt Smithsonian Design Museum’s “The Senses: Design Beyond Vision” exhibition is encouraging visitors to touch, smell, hear, taste, and of course see what the built environment may soon be able to do for its inhabitants.

Source: Why Designing For All Senses Makes Sense

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