CRA’s work has opened several
National Museums to visually impaired visitors, with accessible itineraries
that are part of the general visit.

Our multisensory designs include accessible lecterns,floor paving,
and the Raynes Rail – the Braille and Audio Handrail System – which
provides multilingual audio commentaries. We also developed a
design vocabulary and manufacturing techniques for tactile graphics, maps, and orientation diagrams.
  • A tactile graphic engraving for Visually impaired part of a tactile exhibitMusee de la Chartreuse
    Douai, France
  • This pictures shows an tactile graphic engraving that helps visually impaired (blind) to discover a museum piece part of an exhibitRaised drawings facilitate tactile discovery of the piece.
  • Picture of a statue part of the tactile exhibit
  • Another picture of a tactile exhibit
  •  Tactile graphic glass panel dispensing information to the visually impaired as well as the sighted
  • A tactile graphic map part of the tactile exhibit helps visually impaired (blind) visitor to discover the museum
  • On this tactile graphic map part of a tactile exhibit a cast of a mural ornamentation helps visually impaired (blind) visitors discover the exhibit.
  • One of the ornamentation represented with a tactile graphic cast
  • A visually impaired visitor is lead to a statue through the tactile pavingMusee des Beaux Arts
    Valenciennes, France
  • A tactile graphic map informs visually impaired visitors and sighted visitors of their where about in the tactile exhibit. It is also equipped of the Raynes Rail - Audio and Braille Handrail
  • A visually impaired (blind) visitor uses the Tactdots tactile paving system to move in the museum.
  • Zoom on a tactile graphic map part of the tactile exhibit
  • On the glass under the statue some information are seemingly displayed in braille, it is part of the tactile exhibit
  • The stand of the statue displays tactile graphics informing visually impaired visitors
  • A piece part of the tactile exhibit that would not be accessible to the visually impaired without tactile graphicsMusee des Beaux Arts
    Arras, France
  • Thanks to a tactile graphic engraving representing the Transi of Guillaume le Francois visually impaired (blind) visitors can have access to this piece of the exhibit
  • Another piece with a braille plaque informing sighted and visually impaired visitors
  • A tactile graphic map guiding sighted and visually impaired visitors through the exhibitMuseo Nacional de Colombia
    Bogota, Colombia
  • A tactile graphic plaque
  • Tactile Graphic reproduction of an original so that visually impaired visitor can have access to the tactile exhibit.Facsimiles are used when originals cannot be touched.
  • This tactile graphics engraving enables visually impaired/ visually disable/ blind visitors to have access to the statue
  • Another tactile graphic glass plaque with a raised surface allowing the visually impaired to access the piece
  • A tactile graphics glass plaque with a raised surface representing a painting for the visually impaired.
  • A wayfinding signage part of an tactile exhibit. The tactile graphics plaques informs all visitorsTeardrop Park
    Battery Park City, NY
  • This tactile graphics map allows visually disable visitors to locate themselves on the path.
  • Thanks to this tactile graphics plaque visually disabled visitor can participate to the exhibit.