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Carleton Students Design Accessible Seating for Canada Science and Technology Museum

By Leah Coppellla
Photos by Leszek Arkuszewski, Jenny Suh, Alanna Bamber and Justin Tang

Accessible seating designed by Carleton University’s Industrial Design students has been installed at the Canada Science and Technology Museum.

Prof. Chantal Trudel’s fourth-year class took on the project and conducted a lot of research.

“The students did background research on accessibility standards and guidelines, worked at various stages at the museum and also visited other museums in Ottawa to observe visitor behaviour,” [...]

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