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Architecture for Autism

Autism ASPECTSS(TM) in School Design

By Mostafa, Magda

Summary

This online article discusses how environments can be designed with the sensory needs of people on the autism spectrum in mind. It describes seven principles of design for autism, and it offers various ideas and recommendations drawn from the example of the construction of a school for people on the autism spectrum in Egypt.

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Subject(s)

This online article is in English

Publication:

ArchNet: International Journal of Architectural Research
2014

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