Inclusive design case studies

  • Broadway Community Garden, Essex

    The Broadway Community Garden, designed with and for local people, celebrates the culture of the travelling community that lives in the area.

  • Walter Segal Self Build , Lewisham

    Walter Segal is often cited as the first architect to practice a truly participatory approach – in an era before public participation and user collaboration were accepted as viable or even possible.

  • Heerlijkheid Hoogvliet, Rotterdam

    Heerlijkheid Hoogvliet is a public activity park in a small town in the suburbs of Rotterdam. Community facilities were developed with local people and build on the existing character of the town.

  • Hamro Gaun eco-village, Nepal

    Hamro Gaun eco village is a children's home, day-care centre and vocational training facility, with social and environmental sustainability at its heart.

  • Broadwater Farm Children’s Centre, Tottenham

    Broadwater Farm Children’s Centre brings together a range of services and facilities for around one hundred pre-school children, their parents and carers.

  • Krishna Avanti Primary School, Harrow

    Krishna Avanti Primary School in Harrow provides a unique learning environment for local children, and is the first voluntary aided Hindu school in Britain.

  • Portland College Learning Centre, Mansfield

    A residential college for people with a range of physical and learning disabilities between the ages of sixteen and sixty.

  • Wendy’s journey , From London to Margate

    Follow Wendy on her rail journey from her home in London to the beach at Margate and find out the impact of design on the daily life of someone who has learning disabilities.

  • Spring Gardens Hostel, Hither Green, Lewisham

    Spring Gardens homeless shelter was built by the London based charity St Mungo’s to help people rebuild their lives and move on from the hostel to their own homes.

  • Spaceshaper in Burgess Park, London

    Using Spaceshaper to find out how lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people experience public spaces differently to non-LGBT users.