Universal access: can building regulation alone deliver universally accessible public spaces?
The Continuing Professional Development Working Group of the
Irish Landscape Institute have invited Fionnuala Rogerson to speak on
of universal access in the design of landscape and to discuss the
limits of the
regulations on the capacity to deliver universally accessible public
Fionnuala Rogerson is on the Council of the RIAI
and is a member of its Accessibility Task Force and has over 30 years
experience in architectural
practice working mainly in the areas of public housing, community
and urban design. In recent years her practice has extended to
Accessibility Consultancy to public bodies, developers and other
practices. Fionnuala lectures at the National University of
the subject of Accessibility & Inclusive Design.
Pearse St Library, 138-144
Dublin 2, 6.15pm, Thursday, November 26th 2009