“We create spaces for all. our comprehensive, human-centred approach to design upholds accessibility, wellness, and inclusion as essential components to create equitable, safe, and resilient built environments.” Jesse Klimitz, Director of Human Space
BDP is committed to inclusion and wellbeing in the built environment and believes that inclusive design and its process is fundamental to creating spaces for everyone. When we design, we do so with the full range of human diversity in mind, enabling a complete spectrum of participation in all aspects of society.
Our commitment to inclusion is demonstrated through our consultancy, Human Space, a global collaborative of experts dedicated to this cause. Alongside our architecture, design and urbanism practice, Human Space delivers spaces, buildings and communities that considers people first and incorporates broad perspectives to arrive at better solutions.
Human Space has successfully delivered projects spanning across the healthcare, residential, workplace, hospitality, recreation, education, transit and public realm.
Our accessibility, wellness and inclusion advisory services include:
To learn more visit humanspace.global.
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