Designs to soothe the senses amid community trauma

Architects are often occupied with designing swish hotels or bespoke homes. However, some architects and designers focus on the less fortunate in our communities.

The “sensory gallery”, which is part of the amenities provided by Wimmera Uniting Care in Horsham, is one such project.

Designed by Smith + Tracey Architects the facility covers those in need; whether it’s finding accommodation for the homeless, assisting those seeking work, or providing assistance for the disabled.

Read the full The Sydney Morning Herald article here

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