The human resource department needs to address the importance of accessibility in the workplace for people with colour blindness. Colour blindness is more common in male than female. Continue reading “Workplace for People With Colour Blindness”
Spaces Designed to Facilitate the Journey to Independence for Special Needs Children
Children with special needs and chronic illnesses are highly passionate, resilient in their learning journey, and creative in their expressions. They deserve spaces that empower them to explore, experiment, and learn.
Klique combines design insights and inspirations from years of in-depth conversations with various stakeholders in special needs schools and facilities, and infuses them with innovative perspectives to create conducive, cheerful, safe, and fun environments that maximise stimulated learning. Continue reading “Serving Heroes, Enabling Passions”
It all started when we received an opportunity to design a space for a cafe located in Cerebral Palsy Alliance Singapore (CPAS) in 2013, while I was still a Commercial Interior Designer.
I didn’t think too much about it, aside from the fact that it was a cafe for students with special needs.
But when I saw these students actually patronising the store, and having loads of fun exploring and soaking in the ambience that we had crafted for them, my entire perspective of designing such spaces completely shifted. Continue reading “From Coffee to the Heart, to Consciously Designing Better Spaces”
Klique purposefully designs environments for special needs schools and facilities, so as to create custom spaces that stimulate children with special needs to explore, express, and experiment in a safe and meaningful setting.
Klique designs enjoyable spaces that enable immersive and collaborative learning experiences for key special needs care stakeholders.
Combining empathy with creativity, chronic illness insights with interior design foresight, the end result is conducive habitats that empower, excite, and inspire the superheroes that make special needs care possible day in, and day out. Continue reading “Interior Design for the Special Needs School”
Description of ad: A man in a wheelchair is in front of an open lift at an MRT (mass rapid transit) station. He cannot enter the lift because it is full. We see 10 people inside the lift, all of whom are non-disabled. All of them are ignoring the wheelchair user – some are looking away; others are checking or talking on their phones.
Headline: To you, it’s the easy way. To him, it’s the only way.
Body text: Often, we do not realise that persons with disabilities lack alternative routes to get around. To enable them to do about their daily lives, we just need to observe these simple rules. Avoid using elevators, seats and toilets designated for persons with disabilities. Also, do not park in front of ramps and in parking lots meant for them. Remember, their biggest disability is our apathy.
Credit to: Disabled People’s Association Singapore