Mayak center for adaptation of deaf-blind young people

“Mayak” is an extension to the school for deafblind children and created for people 18 and older where they can acquire new spatial experiences in a high-quality comfortable environment. It’s a complex where the patients should have a platform to re-establish their skills of interacting with the outside world in a kind of architectural urban environment simulator. This concept is realized in a number of innovational spatial strategies and approaches, such as tactile navigation panels, models and maps, together with a meticulously organised site full of obstacles and walkways.