Congress 2013 Downloads

Inclusive design and accessibility: achievements and future tasks

Mark Todd

Accessibility Consultant for the International Paralympic Committee, UK

Progression of inclusive design at the London 2012, Sochi 2014 and Rio 2016 Games



Simone West

Atkins, UK

From design to reality: accessibility with temporary event structures




Mariano Bordas Mon

Catalonian Sports Council, Spain

The invisible barriers in sport





A post-games look at the venues of the London 2012 Games

Tom Jones

Populous, UK

Embracing the temporary, masterplanning and Olympic Stadium




Jim Heverin

Zaha Hadid Architects, UK

Conversion of the Aquatics Centre to a community pool



Stuart Fraser

Make Architects, UK

Function finds form: the Copper Box




Trends in British recreation facilities

James Johnston

Shetland Recreational Trust, UK

Equal access to sport and leisure facilities for an island community - the Shetland model




Michael Hall

FaulknerBrowns Architects, UK

Addressing the balance: Engaging with community use in specialist sports facilities




David Morley

David Morley Architects, United Kingdom

Sports and leisure facilities enhancing the development of individuals and communities




Award-winning projects and designs - Session 1

Stephan Schütz

gmp - Architects, Germany

Case study: Bao‘An Stadium in Shenzhen, China




Anna Khrystoforova

Silver Medal winner of the IOC/IPC/IAKS Award for Students and Young Professionals 2013

Case study: Activity Centre in Odessa




Viktors Jaunkalns

MacLennan Jaunkalns Miller Architects, Canada

Case study: Commonwealth Community Recreation Centre




Award-winning projects and designs - Session 2

Aileen Gayko

Gold Medal winner of the IOC/IPC/IAKS Architecture and Design Award for Students and Young Professionals 2013

Case study: Caribbean Arena in Belize




Nanna Gyldholm Møller

BIG – Bjarke Ingels Group, Denmark

Case study: Superkilen - activity-stimulating urban spaces




Matt Ceckiewicz

Bronze Medal winner of the IOC/IPC/IAKS Architecture and Design Award for Students and Young Professionals 2013

Case study: Acoustic Hammam in Berlin




Design innovations reducing sonsumption of energy and natural resources

Richard Franko

Mithun Architects, USA

A sustainable approach to a community center: the example from Yesler, Seattle




Lars Hjorth Baerentzen

Danish Foundation for Culture and Sports, Denmark

The new “light” version of a sports hall




New approaches to design and management

Pierre Ferret

Atelier Ferret Architectures, France

Flexibility in daily use: the example of Grand Stade in Lille




María Ángeles Sánchez Ortega

ACXT Architects, Spain

Xátiva Sport City: Multifunctional training centre




Craig Bouck

Barker Rinker Seacat Architecture, USA

The Salvation Army Ray & Joan Kroc Corps Community Center in Phoenix




Planning and designing for social benefits - Session 1


Mary Chow

CEI Architecture, Canada

Using social media to engage your community




René Kural, PhD

Centre for Sports and Architecture, Denmark

How do we activate girls, women and seniors?




Sean Pearson

RUFproject, Canada

Nike Football Training Centre in Soweto, South Africa




Planning and designing for social benefits - Session 2

Prof. Diana Wiesner

Andes University, Colombia

Public space and sports: transformation of Bogotá and Medellin




María de Lourdes Sandoval Martinón

Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana, Mexico

Playgrounds in Mexico City




José Dava

Architect, Mozambique

Development of sports and leisure infrastructures in Mozambique




Activating urban environments

Prof. Dr. Robin Kähler


Local sports organizations as drivers of municipal sports infrastructure concepts




Wolfgang Becker

University and regional sports center of Rif, Austria

Way to school in motion: activating school children to reduce physical inactivity




Oliver Vanges

Development Consultant, The Danish Foundation for Culture and Sports Facilities, Denmark

Developing new facilities for outdoor activities




Samuel „Noodlez“ Hubschmid

Sports Consultant at bfu (Swiss Council for Accident Prevention), Switzerland

Designing safe mountainbike areas in urban locations: Examples from Switzerland




Hendrik Bruns

Metrobox Architects, Germany

A new kind of skating plaza as an element of urban revitalization: Kap 686 in Cologne Rheinauhafen