Barrier free architectural conceptions

Buildings are designed to enable a wide range of new experiences and sustainable learning through consistent implementation of barrier-free architecture concepts. Here not primarily, it comes to create tailor-made for individual groups spatial conditions. Rather, the speech could be through the development of a specific architectural language that would allow spatial experiences and experiences people of different skills and levels of mobility, of a future-oriented option or a new direction in the architecture.

Innovative development concepts are in demand, because outside as inside, first spatial impressions are crucial. You can cause identification, promote dialogue, integration and openness to the world communicate. Successful development concepts improve conditions and increase equal opportunities. Common ways, subsistence, and functional areas support spontaneous or random encounters, there is communication, which opens all users new spatial experiences.

Prerequisites for this are: unrestricted freedom of movement and barrier-free development of all areas of life. The demographic development and social change, will significantly shape requirements for our future lifestyles. Individual actions or individual groups solutions are hardly fit for the future, as more and more demand for holistic approaches in the search for complex solutions.

A barrier-free design, which is an integral part of the early planning stages, is a guarantee for the implementation of economic at the same time and it avoids addition subsequent adjustments, associated with suboptimal, or even "obscure" access and diversion solutions. It is therefore necessary to develop the framework with innovative, exemplary concepts for a barrier-free architecture useful actionable, comprehensive different functional areas. The basic law and the equal opportunities act stuck off the normative base frame to dock the steps and measures in the entire building planning process. Provisions found in the control centers of the respective land building regulations. As an orientation aid for a barrier-free design standards can be used the DIN Norms.

A design-based, alternative solution is essential, and an interesting implementation of the different requirements. If good design concepts make unnecessary facilities with technically poor and cost-intensive installations, they are always to be preferred. The use of all areas in our built environment should be provided as simple as possible, together and spontaneously.