Design Equity

Often related to the establishment of specificity in the association of physical movement with reach, range, and proximity, our considerations take into account a more extensive field of ability. We prefer to think of equity as going beyond the spatial allocations that determine its policy in accessibility standards, understanding that barriers affect more than mobility, and impede connectivity beyond the physical restrictions of personal human impairment.

Our work is based on the observation and documentation of human patterns of use in designing for both independence and interdependence in a population. Creatively imagining the capacity of situations to adapt to variations for equal use and cognition as an investment in the longevity of their use