Designing a World for Everyone in Archidose

This book presents thirty projects over the same number of years undertaken by research associates at the Royal College of Art’s Helen Hamlyn Centre for Design, established in 1991. As the subtitle indicates, inclusive design is the emphasis. While this means design for people with arthritis, limited mobility, dyslexia and other conditions (many, but clearly not all, are related to aging) are in abundance, some designs have unexpected aims.