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Download à Building Access: Universal Design and the Politics of Disability É PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free “All too often” wrote disabled architect Ronald Mace “designers don’t take the needs of disabled and elderly people into account” Building Access investigates twentieth century strategies for designing the world with disability in mind Commonly understood in terms of curb cuts automatic doors Braille signs and flexible kitchens Universal Design purported to create a built environment for everyone not only the average citizen But who counts as “everyone” Aimi Hamraie asks and how can designers know Blending technoscience studies and design history with critical disability race and feminist theories Building Access interrogates the historical cultural and theoretical contexts for these uestions offering a groundbreaking critical history of Universal Design Hamraie reveals that the twentieth century shift from “design for the average” to “design for all” took place through liberal political economic and scientific structures concerned with defining the disabled user and designing in its name Tracing the co evolution of accessible design for disabled veterans a radical disability maker movement disability rights law and strategies for diversifying the architecture profession Hamraie shows that Universal Design was not just an approach to creating new products or spaces but also a sustained understated activist movement challenging dominant understandings of disability in architecture medicine and societyIllustrated with a wealth of rare archival materials Building Access brings together scientific social and political histories in what is not only the pioneering critical account of Universal Design but also a deep engagement with the politics of knowing making and belonging in twentieth century United States. This is an excellent book that traces the history of Universal Design The critical analysis of Building Access however comes in how Hamraie deftly navigates these subtle shifts in Universal Design through the discursive elements that allow for greater disability legibility or not and the on going relational realm of its authors over time This is a book about of course the history of Universal Design and where its stakes are today Tt is also a book about epistemic activism how concepts of the user shifted over time and how our material world showcases who counts as a legible illegible userHowever a review of Hamraie s book and its contents would ultimately be insufficient and unsatisfactory without also commending the structure of the book itself Given the scope historically philosophically and materially of the topic at hand Building Access is dense in the information compacted into the 261 pages and relentless in pushing on key historical pressure points However what needs to be noted and repeatedly noted is that despite the magnitude of the task knowledge and history at hand Hamraie writes in an extremely accessible way for their readers Key concepts are clearly defined and explicated while their organization and constellation of thoughts are well organized and easy to follow even for those who are new to the field of accessibility disability and design The historical artifacts provided in the form of newspapers articles advertisements and personal notes give an additional dimension for understanding how knowledge becomes materially manifestedThe power of Building Access then lies in its analysis and methodology one that showcases how history can be critical sites of evolution and how by deftly carefully and critically tracing the nuanced changes of how knowledge is constructed reproduced and disseminated we can better understand how the world is constructed both by whom and for whom Greater uestions of how knowledge is geared and for whom knowledge is geared toward have ultimately an indisputable place in many urgent spaces of todayThree adjectives Critical provocative creative

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Download à Building Access: Universal Design and the Politics of Disability É PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free “All too often” wrote disabled architect Ronald Mace “designers don’t take the needs of disabled and elderly people into account” Building Access investigates twentieth century strategies for designing the world with disability in mind Commonly understood in terms of curb cuts automatic doors Braille signs and flexible kitchens Universal Design purported to create a built environment for everyone not only the average citizen But who counts as “everyone” Aimi Hamraie asks and how can designers know Blending technoscience studies and design history with critical disability race and feminist theories Building Access interrogates the historical cultural and theoretical contexts for these uestions offering a groundbreaking critical history of Universal Design Hamraie reveals that the twentieth century shift from “design for the average” to “design for all” took place through liberal political economic and scientific structures concerned with defining the disabled user and designing in its name Tracing the co evolution of accessible design for disabled veterans a radical disability maker movement disability rights law and strategies for diversifying the architecture profession Hamraie shows that Universal Design was not just an approach to creating new products or spaces but also a sustained understated activist movement challenging dominant understandings of disability in architecture medicine and societyIllustrated with a wealth of rare archival materials Building Access brings together scientific social and political histories in what is not only the pioneering critical account of Universal Design but also a deep engagement with the politics of knowing making and belonging in twentieth century United States. Dr Hamraie s book covers an extensive history of the disability rights movement in the United States and offers the most comprehensive collection of resources and analysis on the development of the Universal Design movement and building access This book is engaging richly detailed and written in an accessible language for novices to experts Learning about the historical contexts in which the Universal Design and disability rights movements evolved over the last half century offers a glimpse of the exciting future of architecture and the built environment one which the book elouently points out will be beneficial to all citizens

  • Hardcover
  • 336pages
  • Building Access: Universal Design and the Politics of Disability
  • Aimi Hamraie
  • English
  • 09 March 2020
  • 1517901642