Autism Design
Autism Design
Autism Design
Autism Design
Autism Design
Autism Design
Autism Design
Autism Design
Autism Design
Autism Design
Autism Design
Autism Design
Autism Design
Autism Design
Autism Design
Autism Design
Autism Design
Autism Design

"It is interesting to see how changing the environment could make a quick, dramatic impact on the lives of the children"

Autism eye: Built for learning?

"The circulation space outside each child’s room doubles as a small group play space. The close proximity to the bedrooms allows the children to easily retire to their rooms if they become overwhelmed. "

ArchDaily: Designing for Autism: Spatial Considerations

Autism-Friendly Environments

Autism-Friendly Environments

Christopher Beaver

Design Issues

Design Issues

Christopher beaver

Colour and best Pratice

Colour and best Pratice

Maria Luigia Assirelli

Design from an autistic perspective

Design from an autistic perspective

Dr John Biddulph

Understanding children with ASD

Understanding children with ASD

Professor Francesca Happe

Design and planning for ASD

Design and planning for ASD

Christopher Beaver

Legislative and policy developments

Legislative and policy developments

Mark Lever, CE National Autistic Society

The value of consultation

The value of consultation

Maria Luigia Assirelli

AUTISM AND SPECIAL NEEDS DESIGN

AUTISM COLOUR PALETTE

Through a Business Fellowship Scheme with Kingston University London,  ga architects and the Design Research Centre have worked together on the development of a colour palette for schools and residential environments for autism.