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Designing with Empathy: What Inclusive Design Means for Education and Workplace Architecture

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Designing for inclusive workplaces and education spaces is a subversive act. That was the gist of a recent Metropolis Think Tank panel discussion, held at the Chicago office of CannonDesign.

But why subversive? According to George Aye of Greater Good Studio, a Chicago design consultancy that works exclusively with mission-driven organizations, designers are empowered by clients (such as governments and corporations) to effect change at the level of the city, for good and naught…………