Accessible Tower

In 2015, the Clerics‘ building was recognised and classified as a space of reference in accessibility, by the Places4all Accessibility Classification System, granting to the architectural ensemble the distinct recognition as an accessible reference space.

According to the Places4all the “inner pathway from the entrance allows access to the Museum, church and A+ hall, with no obstacles.  There is an elevator as an alternative to the stairs”. Since people with reduced mobility were not able to climb the Tower, an inclusive room was created, called A+ Hall, where a remote multisensory perception station was set up, simulating in real time a visit to the top of the Tower, through the installation of seven surveillance monitors linked to cameras overlooking the landscape.

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