Accessible Hubs – Videos of the Workshop Presentations

On International Day of Persons with Disabilities, December 3rd, we advocate for more initiatives to implement Universal Design / Access for All in urban mobility systems. Scroll down to see videos of our speakers at the Accessible Hubs Workshop 2018. The series presents a timely collection of good practice examples, societal drivers, and new directions to research and to co create usable and accessible mobility hubs.

Visit www.stadtspiele.tu-darmstadt.de/hubs for more information.

Introduction

Anett-Maud Joppien, TU Darmstadt, Germany

Welcome to TU Darmstadt’s Department of Architecture, 6:11 min

Martin Knöll, TU Darmstadt, Germany

Welcome to Accessible Hubs 2018, 7:24 min

Chapter I: What are Accessible Hubs?

Marten Wassmann, Benthem Crouwel Architects, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Urban Regeneration through Mobility Enhancement, 40:54 min

Stefanie Bremer, University of Kassel, Germany

Accessible Hubs – S, M, L, XL – Mobility hubs as a design brief, 30:51 min

Martin Lanzendorf and Andreas Blitz, Goethe-University Frankfurt, Germany

Mobility Design for Accessibility – A Social Sciences Perspective, 17:49 min, audio only

Peter Eckart and Julian Schwarze, University of Art and Design Offenbach, Germany

Access by Design_ from Universal Design to Specific Solutions, 24:06 min

Chapter II: Why do we need Accessible Hubs?

Hansel Bauman, Gallaudet University, Washington DC, USA

Moving Experience – Mobility Hubs on the Way to Empathy and Compassion in Sustainable Development (coming soon)

Martin Dijst, Luxembourg Institute of Socio-Economic Research, Luxembourg

For the Benefit of Health – A Relational Interpretation of Accessibility, 26:14 min

Christian Mahnke, Ernst & Young GmbH, Germany

Why do we need accessible hubs? 18:29 min

Chapter III: How to research Accessible Hubs?

Jennifer J.Roe, University of Virginia, USA

Urban Mobility and Wellbeing: Insights from Environmental Psychology and Neuro-Urbanism, 32:30 min

Anna Bornioli, University of the West of England-Bristol, UK

Accessible Walking Hubs for Mental Wellbeing, 20:07 min

Carlo Fabian, University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern, Switzerland

Inclusive Neighborhoods – The Perspective of Social Work, 20:49 min

Chapter IV: How to co create Accessible Hubs?

Gaurav Raheja, Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee, India

Mobility Hubs and Inclusive Urban Futures, 34:30 min

Oliver Schulze and Mohammad Al Mahmood, SchulzeplusGrassow, Denmark

Digitally Supported Urban Design Process, Potsdamer Platz as a Case, 23:15 min (coming soon)

Anna Rose, Space Syntax Ltd., UK

Connection Movement and Place – A Human-Focused and Science-based Approach, 23:35 min