Carbon Black Design Changes Conventional Thinking of Wheelchairs, and the People Who Use Them

Carbon Black Design Changes Conventional Thinking of Wheelchairs, and the People Who Use Them
Design

Can a simple new carbon wheelchair design have the power to be multifaceted and multifunctional for its users?

Michael Ellenbogen
  • 4 november 2014

Generally, people’s perceptions of wheelchairs are fairly straightforward – conventional, functional, making life easier for those using them. But can functional and stylish meld with wheelchairs? Can design actually change perceptions about the way both wheelchair users and the people they interact with feel?

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