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How a San Francisco Architect Reframes Design for the Blind

After going blind six years ago, architect Chris Downey set about figuring out how to keep designing buildings without being able to see. Now he’s completed his first project since losing his sight, a San Francisco community center for people with disabilities. Along the way, Downey has helped the highly visual practice of architecture locate its own blind spots.

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