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  • "Historic Preservation & Accessible Design" - Free Public Lecture

    November 19, 2013 noon - 1:30pm

    Posted Saturday November 16 2013 at 10:34 pm.
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    Nurses' Hall at the Massachusetts State House

    "Historic Preservation & Accessible Design"
    Dr. David Bonnet, RIBA, FRSA
    November 19, 2013 noon - 1:30pm
    Massachusetts State House, Nurses Hall, 2nd floor

    David Bonnett is a consultant architect with a background in both local authority and private practice.  In 1994 David completed his Research Degree (Ph.D) on "Design Effectiveness for People with Severe Disabilities".  This, as well as his personal knowledge of disability, has made David a leading figure on the subject.  He has worked on a wide range of projects including the Roundhouse in Camden, Tate Britain, Royal Festival Hall, King's Cross Station, Ashmolean Egypt Galleries, Sir John Soanes Museum, Sadler's Wells Dancehouse.

    David Bonnett Architects was established in 1994 in response to the demand for his particular experience and skills as Architect-Access Consultant.  Following expansion, the practice was reformed as David Bonnett Associates (DBA) in 2001.  DBA is now one of the leading access consultancy practices in the UK, working on significant projects and with many of the major architectural practices in the UK and Europe.

    - Sponsored by the Bureau of the Statehouse and Institute for Human Centered Design.
    - You are welcome to bring a brown bag lunch.
    - Assisted listening devices are available.
    - Please RSVP to vfletcher@ihcdesign.org the number who will be attending.

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