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Designing learning spaces for children with low or no sight requires a lot more attention than designing for abled kids.

Can there be various models for implementing such education environments that multiply their potential? Can design help us identify modules/methods of upgrading existing schools for differently-abled teaching? Can we implement a new kind of pedagogy for the users in consideration?

The challenge is to design a school for the blind that engages – promotes – teaches almost as well as a general school for the abled children. The design must also focus on methods to mentally stimulate the kids through other sensory means.

Submission Requirements

Minimum requisite submission are sheets/boards and cover image containing:

  • Site plan
  • 1 x Key concept section
  • 3D views x 4
  • Additional cover image of 2000px x 1000px
  • Write a 700-1000 word article/story in the Journal section of the project answering the questions given in the guide pdf

Minimum 3 sheets/presentation images/boards, no maximum sheet limit

[2800px x 3500px] in portrait digital format (JPEG only). Each image should be less than 15MB.

Eligibility

  • Open for students and professionals from all disciplines of design
  • 4 members maximum per team
  • You can register more than one team but they have to be registered separately
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