• #liveinclusive

Gheerawo, Rama, 2016, Show, Exhibition or Event, #liveinclusive

Abstract or Description:

New design projects from the Helen Hamlyn Centre for Design

This exhibition presents socially inclusive design at the Royal College of Art. The 16 projects in this exhibition look at how we can enable more inclusive living for people from all walks of life and in a variety of contexts, from the home to the hospital, from the street to the surgery, from the office to the high street bank. We are a group of design innovators and a community of researchers that use design to address some of society’s toughest challenges. All the projects in this exhibition aim to improve life.

The exhibition is divided into four categories:
Age & Diversity – projects that benefit people of all ages and abilities, embracing the full diversity of human experience
Healthcare – projects that look at health from a medical, personal and aspirational perspective
Work Futures – projects that focus of new ways of working and advance the working environment across a number of different sectors
Major projects – large scale mobility and community projects

The exhibition is called #liveinclusive, a nod to our digital strategy moving forward but also an attempt to encapsulate what we do in two words.

ContributionNameRCA ID
EditorGheerawo, Rama9910030003467
Writer of accompanying materialChurchman, Fiona
Writer of accompanying materialMcginley, Chris0410031118193
Writer of accompanying materialSanford-Beal, Kay
Writer of accompanying materialWest, Jonathan0310031117982
#liveinclusiveRoyal College of Art20-23 September 2016Museum/exhibition
Official URL: https://www.rca.ac.uk/research-innovation/helen-ha...
Subjects: Creative Arts and Design > W200 Design studies
Creative Arts and Design > W900 Others in Creative Arts and Design
School or Centre: Research Centres > Helen Hamlyn Centre for Design
Copyright Holders: The Helen Hamlyn Centre for Design
Funders: Arthritis Research UK, EPFL+ECAL Lab, Gensler, Haworth, Karsan, Hexagon, The Kingwood Trust, Kinnarps, Kings College London, The London Clinic, London Legacy Development Corporation, Milliken, Public Health Agency, Royal Bank of Scotland, Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh, St Andrews Healthcare, Shell, Stannah, Unicredit, Unwired
Date Deposited: 15 Dec 2016 23:25
Last Modified: 28 Nov 2019 15:26
URI: https://researchonline.rca.ac.uk/id/eprint/2491
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