We took the students from the Faculty of Architecture, Thammasat University to survey on the city accessibility, traffic system, and public transportations and also I wanted our younger to look over was social responsibility.
For 9 hours, They were very nice and patient. I could feel that they have learned, seen, and experienced an actual ‘disabled life’ in Thai society.
From experiencing a real tough life of handicapped persons, some of them cried, some of them had hand injury and some almost fainted from the exhaustment.
All lessons they had learned that day would be useful for all architecture designs and also their living as well.
For me, there is no such disability. We just have different body conditions.
Fat – Thin, Tall – Short, Black – White, and people with malfunctioned body parts are also the same case I’ve mentioned.
Diversity is “NATURAL”
The definition of functional architecture comes from the design that supports everyone’s lifestyle.
Big thanks to Professor Ben that helped me and Professor Nui who helped in cooperating.
Together, we will make Accessibility in Thailand better!