An article on the Arch Daily website discusses several ways in which interior designers can make an environment more inclusive for those with hearing loss.
The article suggests making spaces wider or circular to allow people to see one another while communicating; utilizing light in a way that makes it easy to perceive facial expressions and hand movements; designing rooms with an eye toward a multisensory experience using colors, vibrations, and shadows; and optimizing spaces to minimize reverberation.
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Source: Arch Daily
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