We are friends hanging out on the hill before school
- 2010 Barrier Free Design
Barrier Free Design?
Barrier free design is to provide non-disabled people, disabled people, young people and old people with equal accessibility. It is not only about policy and law, but also prejudice and bias.
The big difference between disabled people and non-disabled people is how difficult it is to access to a certain place.
In most of cases, ramps are used for sub-entrance, not the main one. This creates inequality between non-disabled people and disabled people. In this proposal, all the floors are connected by ramps to ease the difficulty among people. The programs are arranged along the ramps.