March 24, 2005

Universal Design in Museums - Coco Rayne's Revolution

Occassionally, someone is able to take the everyday and perceive it in an entirely new way. That is, some say, the essence of genius.

An example of such transformational thinking is the work of Coco Raynes (No relation, although we joke that we're "cousins."`) Raynes' work rendering French and Colombian museums accessible to those who are blind or visually impaired is a significant contribution to inclusive destination development for the cultural traveler. Read about her work in Architectural Digest at:

Posted by rollingrains at March 24, 2005 10:52 PM