• Inclusive Design in the Built Environment

    Inclusive Design Strategies

    Interior Design Consultancy & Wayfinding Signage Strategies

    Inclusive Design Strategies

    A successful built project needs to start with a clear vision which has inclusive design at its heart. An environment that can be used and enjoyed by the vast majority of people irrespective of age, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, race, religion / belief, relationship status or maternity status.


    British Standards BS 8300-1:2018 Part 1: External environment - Code of practice and

    BS 8300-2:2018 Part 2: Buildings - Code of practice

    Design of an accessible and inclusive built environment makes reference to the term Inclusive Design Strategy. These codes of practice take the form of guidance and recommendations and recommend that a detailed inclusive design strategy is implemented through the typical project stages from the strategic vision at the outset through to long-term occupancy and end user / public feedback.


    Please get in touch to discuss how I can help ensure that access and inclusive design is properly delivered on your project.



    Inclusive Interior Design Consultancy

    As a professional interior design consultant, I can also help you with current best practice design and specification for your truly inclusive interior space.


    I can specify to the highest standards in terms of CQC requirements, carbon footprints, fire retardancy, visual contrast for people who are partially sighted and slip resistance criteria for hard floor finishes.


    If you have your own design team, that's great. I can help with any questions you or your design team may have.


    Wayfinding Signage Strategies


    I'm experienced at preparing wayfinding signage strategies to best practice accessibility standards in terms of site positioning, font selection, viewing distance font size, visual contrast, material selection and tactile with Braille indicators.





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