An Architect Has a Brilliant Idea for How Our Surroundings Can Make Us Feel Better
Have you ever thought that those long ridiculous women’s bathroom lines and dim, windowless hospital rooms might be a fault of homogenous architects? In an enlightening talk, architect John Cary discusses how space is often created without thinking about various human needs. In order to create buildings that take humanity into consideration, the practice of architecture needs to become more varied. Only when our shared environments account for the input of a more diverse population can our buildings truly be for everyone.