A School Designed for Visually Impaired Children

This school in Gandhinagar introduces quiet details to stimulate the senses

By Anand Sonecha
As Told to Meghna Nair
Illustrations by Diya Paul

16 Jan 2024


The corridor running through the school opens into the classrooms, where light streams in through courtyards and skylights. Photograph by Dhrupad Shukla.

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Anand Sonecha is the founder and Principal Architect at SEALAB, an Ahmedabad-based architectural practice born out of an interest to design with time, quality and reflect on the social and cultural implications of architecture. He is on Instagram at @sealab_.

Diya Paul is a Mumbai-based illustrator, and a designer at Paper Planes. She is on Instagram at @diyapaulart.

Meghna Nair is a writer at Paper Planes. She is on Instagram at @meghna_nair_.

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