Introducing Steve

  • RIBA Chartered Architect (since 1992)
  • Consultant Member of the National Register of Access Consultants (since 2003)
  • Director of Building User Design www.buildinguserdesignsolutions.co.uk
  • Design Council CABE Built Environment Expert www.designcouncil.org.uk/resources/guide/guide-our-built-environment-experts-bees
  • Senior Research Fellow at the Schumacher Institute for Sustainable Systems www.schumacherinstitute.org.uk
  • Design Director of Initiative Homes www.initiativehomes.co.uk
  • Formerly Inclusive Design Manager at Stride Treglown
  • Member of BRE Global’s Standing Panel of Experts
  • Member of the British Standards Institute Committee responsible for BS8300 and other access standards whilst also leading on Design for the Mind and advising committees for sustainability, facilities management and symbols
  • With former employment within architectural practice and organisations providing social services, housing and social provision

4 thoughts on “Introducing Steve

  1. safespacesgill

    Hi Steve, I’ve started reading your blogs. Fab! It’s great to know that there are like minded people out there in a position to have a real effect on the quality of life for us all, with our various additional needs.
    Gill (Safespaces)

    Reply
    1. stevemaslin Post author

      Gill, thank you for your feedback. It was great meeting you yesterday. It was good meeting Sue too who got talking to me as I was heading back from the event. I love your company’s approach and I wish more people understood it. I’d love to explore ways of collaborating. Steve

      Reply

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