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Intensive Program ERASMUS

LOTUS 2011

Let’s Open Tourism for US / seaside From april 25th to may 6th, 2011


WORKSHOP TOPIC : Access for all

The study of accessibility and universal design in order to promote the suppression of architectural in public spaces

AN INHOSPITABLE ENVIRONMENT GENERATES THE CONDITIONS OF BEING OR FEELING HANDICAPPED LOTUS Sète Workshop – 25th April to 6th May 2011


WORKSHOP TOPIC : Seaside cities The cities studied are located on seaside, have an urban center with a complex topography, with strong historical and cultural heritage value, strong touristic attractivity wich restrict significantly the possibilities of intervention.

2011 - SÈTE

2012 - BONIFACIO

2013 – SAINT-DENIS

LOTUS Sète Workshop – 25th April to 6th May 2011


WORKSHOP TOPIC : Sète 2011 – LOTUS SÈTE

LOTUS Sète Workshop – 25th April to 6th May 2011


SITE PRESENTATION : city of Sète

Major components, structure of the city : Le Mont St-Clair The Old city center Le Grand canal Le Mole St-Louis

LOTUS Sète Workshop – 25th April to 6th May 2011


SITE PRESENTATION : city of Sète

To find more datas : - http://www.geoportail.fr (aerial photos, streets, main equipements,…) - http://www.cadastre.gouv.fr (setting-up of buildings) LOTUS Sète Workshop – 25th April to 6th May 2011


WORKSHOP MAIN OBJECTIVES

LOTUS Sète Workshop – 25th April to 6th May 2011


WORKSHOP MAIN OBJECTIVES By simulating disabilities and approaching difficulties on the site, we greatly achieve the comprehension of accessible design and the diversity of the needs of the population (Wednesday, 27th)

LOTUS Sète Workshop – 25th April to 6th May 2011


EXPECTED RESULTS

Touched by the Water Create an accessible path in Dalt Villa

Intermediate presentation : •Analysis of the accessibility problems •Analysis of the town (paths, history, main places, public transportation, equipments,…) •Development of a global urban concept (plan and model) FOR EACH PROJECT : LOGO and SLOGAN (title) wich summarize a STRONG URBAN CONCEPT

IBIZA / LOCUS 2010

Final presentation : • Urban design project •Details of pavement, new paths,… •Cuttings on the project LOTUS Sète Workshop – 25th April to 6th May 2011


ANALYSIS

Generally, when approaching the accessibility of a city, we can identify 2 different scales : •Street scale > details and maintenance •City scale > strategic interventions

LOTUS Sète Workshop – 25th April to 6th May 2011


ANALYSIS : STREET SCALE • Analyse streets typology, pavements and furniture : the aim is to reduce traffic density in historical center, giving priority to pedestrian. Strategies of urban design, typology and location of the urban furniture will be use to guarantee the security for all citizens.

LOTUS Sète Workshop – 25th April to 6th May 2011


ANALYSIS : CITY SCALE •Develop a Slope and Pavement map of all the streets and squares : the aim is to detect those inaccessible points where it is necessary to eliminate basic architectonical barriers and/or design strategic interventions. •Detect the main Public Buildings : the aim is to ensure equal access to all the public areas, avoiding alternative and segregated paths if possible. •Develop a model of the site (buildings, topography) : one model shared by all the groups GIRONA / LOCUS 2008 LOTUS Sète Workshop – 25th April to 6th May 2011


URBAN CONCEPT

•Study main touristic and inhabitants paths in order to identify the inaccessible areas and the strategical intervention points •Identify strategic access points in the higher level to facilitate downhill routes. •Provide parking areas and public transportation stops in strategic access points and in the ending points of the route to etablish a permanent mobility connexion. •Technical systems: The use of the different mechanical systems for the transport of persons (lifts, elevators, mechanical ramps…) has to be decided by every working team

LOTUS Sète Workshop – 25th April to 6th May 2011


EXAMPLE : Intermediate Presentation GIRONA / LOCUS 2008


EXAMPLE : Final Presentation GIRONA / LOCUS 2008


WORKSHOP schedule

LOTUS Sète Workshop – 25th April to 6th May 2011


WORKSHOP schedule

LOTUS Sète Workshop – 25th April to 6th May 2011


WORKSHOP schedule

LOTUS Sète Workshop – 25th April to 6th May 2011


LOTUS Pedagocical Partners • Ecole Nationale Supérieure d’Architecture de Montpellier • Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya (UPC) – Espagne • Politechnika Krakowska (PK) – POLOGNE • University of Applied Sciences – Fachhochschule Oldenburg/Ostfriesland/Wilhelmshaven (FH OOW) – Allemagne • Università Mediterranea di Reggio Calabria – Italie • Universitatea de Arhitectura si Urbanism "Ion Mincu" (UAIM) - ROUMANIE

LOTUS Sète Workshop – 25th April to 6th May 2011


LOTUS Financial Partners

• The Region of Languedoc Roussilon • The city of Sète • The association of paralized people in France (APF ) • The company HEWI

LOTUS Sète Workshop – 25th April to 6th May 2011


WORKSHOP TOPIC : Access for all Group 1

Group 2

Group 3

Laura IZQUIERDO (Spain) Alessia LATELLA (Italy) Sebastian RADEMACHER Ida MIKOŁAJSKA (Poland)

Laura ROQUILLO (Spain) Daniele SAPORITA (Italy) Ricarda BEECK (Germany) Anna OCHWAT (Poland)

Nuria MESTRE (Spain) Pauline MARQUET (France) Sebastian CORDES (Germany) Remus GRADIN (Romania)

Group 4

Group 5

Group 6

Martin NEGRI (Spain) Vincent GHOZLAN (France) Corinna CZELINSKI (Germany) Raluca PESTISANU (Romania)

Maria AJELLO (Italy) Henri DAOULLAS (France) Wojciech ORZECHOWSKI (Poland) Ruxandra RADULESCU (Romania)

Gaia TRIBULATO (Italy) Anais BAYOL (France) Mateusz PÓŁCHŁOPEK (Poland) Mara VASILE (Romania)

LOTUS Sète Workshop – 25th April to 6th May 2011


Introduction to LOTUS, Fany Cerese