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Inclusive design - providing accessibility of buildings for all, without special-needs addons - is a design philosophy being pushed to the fore by the staged introduction of the Disability Discrimination Act. Levitt Bernstein's fit-out for the Workforce charity near Old Street in central London is generally a good example of inclusive design but, paradoxically, also a product of the current lack of inclusion in the employment market.


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