At the heart of his work is equal access, that is, accessibility. Until the age of 34, Csaba lived his life as a seer and obtained his qualifications. Thus, he has his own experiences of how to create real “gateways” between the disabled and the intact peoples. Also, his psychological studies help him to pay attention to the human, spiritual aspects of accessibility, which are often neglected. He is the only active, blind garden designer and interior designer in the world. In this activity, he also considers important the “invisible dimensions” that help to make an artificial landscape or an interior the same experience for people with altered perceptions as for intact members of society.