Architect Chris Downey, AIA, Discusses Designing Buildings Without Seeing Them in FORM’s November/December Issue

Christopher Downey, AIA, is an architect, planner and consultant of Architecture for the Blind, who lost his sight in 2008. Today, he is dedicated to creating more helpful and enriching environments for the blind and visually impaired. Be sure to check out Editor-in-Chief Caren Kurlander’s interview with him in FORM’s November/December Issue: Designing for the Senses.

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