Happy Vision was set up as a company focussing on the design, creation, installation, integration and distribution of all aids useful to improving the independence of persons with visual impairment.
The design incorporates the "Design for All" guidelines, according to which every object, environment, and service to persons must be provided in a manner able to be used by the majority of individuals, regardless of their age, mental and physical capabilities.
Conceiving an object or environment or a service for all persons means embracing not only those persons with a range of abilities but also those that are somewhat weaker: children, expectant mothers, the sick, the elderly and with them the relevant care givers.
In use of the same object by all, there is a certain opportunity for social integration because it is easier to feel equal when the same tools are shared within a perspective of growth and experiences.
This conception of universal use implies, among other aspects, significant savings in terms of and use of the space available.
The mission of Happy Vision also includes the training of those that work in contact with the public so that communication with those that experience visual impairment takes place with the due awareness and skill.
Poem by Montale reproduced in Braille on handrails
Artistic work of Marzia Migliora - Collection La Gaia - Busca - Cuneo
Happy Vision aims to encourage everyone to think in "accessible" mode and this means breaking down numerous cultural barriers even before the architectural ones to make the world around us safer, more welcoming and more "visitable" for all.
The Breaking Barriers Award 2001 - Bruxelles
Second world conference on tactile maps 2002- Hatfield - England
HAPPY VISION Via Sabin, 17 - 24068 Seriate - BG - Italy - Tel. +39.035293567 - Fax 035301431
P.IVA e C.F. 02862820160 - R.E.A. n°329057 – Social Capital € 12.325,00 int. vers.