Because developing spaces must be aimed at all visitors, we believe that taking into account the diversity and specific needs of all audiences, including those with disabilities, is inherent in our work. We therefore take care to adapt our work to different types of disabilities, whether physical, sensory or mental.
Thus, for visually impaired or blind visitors, we know how to put in place the essential devices to guarantee their orientation in the visit: guidance strips, audio information, Braille signage, documents in relief or in large print, visual contrast, or even sound amplifiers. For the discovery of the spaces, we set up an audio-description tour or tactile models.
For visitors with a hearing impairment, we use sound amplifiers, magnetic induction loops, subtitled videos or sign language interpretation.
For visitors with reduced mobility, we take into account the recommendations regarding the height of furniture and stage devices, as well as the regulatory dimensions of circulation. Finally, for visitors with mental or psychic disabilities, we give priority to tactile or multisensory supports, descriptions in FALC (easy to read and understand) and calm environments, with controlled sound and lighting.