Making an Entrance: colour, contrast and the design of entrances to the homes of people with sight loss
This research on the design of home doorways and entrances was carried out for Thomas Pocklington Trust by Professor Hilary Dalke and Research Fellow Alessio Corso, Kingston University London.
The research findings offer ideas, advice and guidance on action which may be taken to improve accessibility in the design of entrances and support the independence of people with sight loss.
This findings have been published as:
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Research Findings No. 39: Making an Entrance: colour, contrast and the design of entrances to homes of people with sight loss
Making an Entrance checklist
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Professor Hilary Dalke and Alessio Corso, Kingston University London
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