Category Archives: Tactile Images

Guise’s Familistere – a comprehensive accessibility chain project

Guise’s Familistère is a complex of buildings built by the manufacturer and utopian socialist Jean-Baptiste André Godin in the mid-19th century. It is considered as one of the first (if not the first) social housing construction at all. The design solutions imagined were used more than 50 years later by architects such as Le Corbusier. Read More

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Urban Gardening in Parc de la Villette – Paris – 2013-2017

The Parc de la Villette brought in several urban gardening projects along the exposition «Le jardin planétaire». It was the starting point to raise awareness among citizens to ecological goals and sustainability. Tactile Studio designed tactile boards to fit into this paradise of nature. They were also formulated as an invitation to look around and observe the natural environment. Read More

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“The Painter’s Worshop” Gustave Courbet – Musée d’Orsay – Paris

The tactile exploration of the painting « L’Atelier du peintre » is part of a sensory multimodal experience.  It took place during the restoration of the masterpiece in 2016-17, inside the museum itself and is now touring. Read More

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