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In the realm of the senses The meeting-room door may be marked in Braille, but how does a blind person find their way there from the foyer?

Lighthouse, one of the world's leading organisations providing help and rehabilitation for blind and partially sighted people, wanted its new headquarters in New York to be a model of accessibility. It asked Roger Whitehouse and Company, my practice, to develop a wayfinding system for the building.

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