February 2017 architecture trends reveal a focus on accessibility and the creation of unique concepts designed to cater to travelers.
The Deloitte office in Montreal is centered around making sure that people with mobility issues are able to work in the office just as well as able-bodied individuals. The office has space for wheelchairs and scooters – offering accessible furniture, equipment and ramps so that it is able to accommodate as diverse a group of people as possible.
The French studio Martin Duplantier Architects designed the idea for the footbridges that will be built at a heritage site in Zhangjiajie, China. The footbridges are either clear, mirrored or come in the form of a platform that covers the side of one of the cliffs at the heritage site.
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