Designing for the Blind – by a Blind Architect

John Hill
15. January 2019
Architect Chris Downey with Lesley Stahl from "60 Minutes" (Photo via CBS News)

Chris Downey, a San Francisco-based his architect who lost his sight at the age of 45 after an operation, spoke with 60 Minutes about his decision to remain in the profession and how he designs for other blind people.

Watch a teaser for the 60 Minutes feature on Chris Downey below or visit the CBS News website to watch the full, 13-minute story.

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