Exhibitors Present Themselves: Laville Braille
Do you want to adapt your museum to specific target groups such as the visually impaired and people with intellectual disabilities? Are you looking for simple solutions to improve the accessibility of your collections? For 17 years, in our Parisian workshop, we have been designing and printing tactile and visual media for numerous cultural institutions in France and Europe.
Our solutions aim to make images, works of art, paintings and cultural sites tactilely understandable and attractive for people with visual or intellectual disabilities. We are convinced that by combining accessibility and aesthetics, we promote a rich and fun tactile and visual experience to enhance your collections. More and more museums are using our solutions for all audiences in France and Europe. Our tactile visuals team will help you ensure that your collections generate interest and curiosity.
At MUTEC, you will be able to touch and see on our collective 'Accessibility' stand:
- panels in high relief, created in collaboration with the Musée d'Orsay, which aim to introduce people with visual disabilities to pointillism
- a game for all ages consisting of reconstructing a painting with the help of tactile magnets, which we have developed with the Hôtel-Dieu museum
- a tactile-visual grammar that is easy to read, touch and understand, developed with the Carnavalet Museum - History of Paris, to encourage a universal approach to the works
- a relief reproduction of a famous engraving of the Egyptian campaign, which makes a complex and erudite image accessible
- A mediation tool designed and produced for the Maison de Debussy for all audiences, especially schoolchildren.