In this talk Jos Boys explored how starting from difference – by both valuing, and learning from, human bio- and neurodivergence – can lead to innovative and creative building design. Jos outlined the work of the DisOrdinary Architecture Project, a group that develops and captures new models of practice for the built environment, led by the
creativity and experiences of disabled artists. The presentation also considered examples of work that suggest directions for doing disability and architecture differently.
Please watch the video below for Jos's full presentation.