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The photo shows crowds of people, running, sliding, wheeling and cheering their way down the slope of the Turbine Hall in The Tate Modern

Performance from Architecture-InsideOut event at Tate Modern, May 2008. 'How many ways are there to get from A to B?' by artists Tony Heaton and Chris Ankin, with architect Ash Sakula.

Jos Boys invites DAO readers to suggest buildings they like for a book aimed at architects, exploring how they can be more engaged and creative around disability in their design work; so that accessibility and inclusive design become integral to their design thinking and doing, rather than as just an afterthought at the end of the architectural process.