At this school in Bangkok, Thailand, every surface is a learning experience. The Pattaya Redemptorist School For the Blind enrols students with varying levels of vision ability. Its goal is to help teach those students how to read and navigate the world around them.
The school enlisted Bangkok design studio Creative Crews to transform the building into a tactile experience where walls and floors become spaces for play and learning. Designed around the
pre-braille curriculum, which helps young children develop tactile awareness and prepare for reading and writing braille, the school’s new additions include several perforated and magnetised walls onto which objects can be inserted and attached — via Curbed