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Kio_Gen / Universal design


The aim is to let people experience the same service without any barriers. Small separations such as using different kiosks on a daily basis may seem nothing serious but it can be effective to the ones who experience the subtle separation often in public. What the Kio_Gen is aiming for is the experience of a normal day: the one that is not different by one’s ability. The idea is that the screen of the kiosk adjusts its height to the user whoever is using it. Also, the kiosk is designed to be easily approached by the people with the wheels. The Wheelchair fits to its structure for the right distance to the screen for easy use.



Seoul, South Korea

Yeunseo Seo,
St. Andrew's School

Taewon Moon,
Brooks School

Jaeyoung Choi,
Stevenson School