The Architecture of Disability invites us to collectively imagine a new, better world

The Architecture of Disability: Buildings, Cities, and Landscapes beyond Access | By David Gissen | University of Minnesota Press | $24.95

“In the United States, people with disabilities in the architecture profession and architectural academia are statistically invisible,” disabled designer and New School professor of architecture David Gissen wrote in AN in 2018. “Neither the American Institute of Architects nor the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture collect data on the number of architects or architecture students in the United States who self-identify with physical or cognitive disabilities,” he wrote. While in the past few years the discipline itself has made strides in becoming more inclusive, Gissen

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