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Predlog ureditve sanitarij in informacijske poti na Zdravstveni fakulteti Univerze v Ljubljani po načelih univerzalnega načrtovanja : diplomska naloga
Mauko, Gašper (Author), Dovjak, Mateja (Mentor) More about this mentor... This link opens in a new window, Plemelj, Alenka (Co-mentor)

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Abstract
Problem: začetki univerzalnega načrtovanja so v 1950-ih letih, ko se je v Ameriki, podobno pa tudi v Evropi in na Japonskem, začelo gibanje »brez ovir«. Skrb o arhitekturnih ovirah se je najprej pojavila v stanovanjski arhitekturi. Slovenija je trendom univerzalnega načrtovanja sledila s sprejetjem pravnih aktov o zahtevah za zagotavljanje neoviranega dostopa, vstopa in uporabe objektov v javni rabi ter večstanovanjskih stavb. Kljub temu je premalo objektov načrtovanih po načelih univerzalnega načrtovanja. Namen: namen diplomske naloge je bil izdelati predlog ureditve sanitarij in informacijske poti na Zdravstveni fakulteti Univerze v Ljubljani (UL ZF) po načelih univerzalnega načrtovanja. Predvsem smo želeli stavbo fakultete narediti lažje dostopno in uporabno osebam na invalidskem vozičku. Metoda: metoda dela je vključevala pregled zakonodaje, raziskav in primerov dobre prakse ter oceno dejanskega stanja v prostorih UL ZF. Na osnovi dejanskega stanja smo izdelali smernice in predloge rešitev za uporabnike invalidskih vozičkov v pritličju. Rezultati: našli smo literaturo, ki opisuje bistvo in načela univerzalnega načrtovanja ter vsebuje primere dobre prakse in smernice za načrtovanje objektov, ki so dostopni za vse. Iz pregleda slovenske zakonodaje in mednarodnih standardov smo dobili zahteve, ki zagotavljajo uporabnost objekta čim večjemu številu uporabnikov. Izdelali smo predlog ureditve sanitarnih prostorov v pritličju in informacijske poti. Zaključki: koncept univerzalnega načrtovanja je potrebno vključiti v načrtovanje grajenega okolja v celoti. Pri tem je ključno sodelovanje vseh akterjev načrtovanja grajenega okolja – tako gradbenikov, arhitektov, urbanistov kot tudi zdravstvenih delavcev.

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:univerzalno načrtovanje, dostopnost, fakulteta, sanitarije, informacijska pot
Work type:Bachelor thesis/paper (mb11)
Tipology:2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis
Organization:FGG - Faculty of Civil and Geodetic Engineering
Year:2017
Publisher:[G. Mauko]
UDC:727:378.4:69(497.451.1)(043.2)
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Language:English
Title:Redesign proposal of sanitary facilities and of the information path at the Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Ljubljana according to the universal design principles : Graduation thesis
Abstract:
Issue: Universal design emerged in 1950's when the »barrier-free« movement started in the United States of America, Europe and Japan. Concern about architectural obstacles first appeared in residential architecture. Slovenia followed the trend of universal design by adopting law acts that demand barrier-free access to public buildings and apartment buildings as well as their barrier-free use. Despite all that, there are not enough buildings designed on the principles of universal design. Purpose: The purpose of this bachelor’s thesis was to produce a redesign proposal of sanitary facilities and of the information path at the Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Ljubljana. Above all, we wanted to make the faculty building easier to access and use for the wheelchair users. Method: The working method included an overview of legislation, researches and examples of good practice as well an evaluation of the current state at the Faculty of Health Sciences. On the basis of the current state, we produced guidelines and proposed solutions for the wheelchair users on the ground floor. Results: We found sources that describe basis and principles of the universal design, include examples of good practice and design guidelines for buildings accessible to everyone. Slovenian legislation and the international standard showed demands for making buildings accessible to the widest possible number of people. We produced a redesign proposal of sanitary facilities on the ground floor and of the information path. Conclusions: Universal design concept should be included in built environment as a whole. In this case, a cooperation of all built environment design actors, including civil engineers, architects, urban planners and health workers, is essential.

Keywords:universal design, accessibility, faculty, sanitary facilities, information path

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