Tue October 23, 2012
DeafSpace: The Absence Of Sound
The acoustics of a building are a big concern for architects. But for designers at Gallaudet University in Washington, DC, it’s the absence of sound that defines the approach to architecture. Gallaudet is a university dedicated to educating the deaf and hard of hearing, and since 2005, university officials have rethought principles of architecture with one question at the forefront: how do deaf people communicate in space? Producer Roman Mars examines that question.
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