In their latest issue PSBJ (Public Sector Build Journal) spoke to GT3’s Judith Atkinson about how design can make leisure centres more welcoming and inclusive for all user types.
“This is the first report in our Inclusive Design series, so we really wanted to dig into the issues and barriers people face when attending a leisure centre. As a parent of a toddler myself, I felt it really important to highlight the difficulties caregivers often face when using facilities.”
GT3’s Inclusive Design series forms part of a wider research and development push led by our team of architects, interior designers and engagement specialists. For our first project we looked specifically at how we can design better for caregivers of young children – this was defined as any adult who had experienced taking a young child to a leisure centre.
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