Inclusive design from…

Inclusive design from some of the Royal College of Art’s brightest sparks will be showcased in London from next week by The Helen Hamlyn Research Centre. The work features ‘real-life’ exhibits of architecture, design and communication projects that champion people’s right to consumer choice and a decent living and working environment. (Wayfinding principles for an airport terminal by Samson Adjei and Pascal Anson with research partner BAA, pictured). The Helen Hamlyn Research Associates Show 2002 runs from 9-17 October at the RCA.

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