Programme EN – Day 2

FRIDAY, MARCH 22

ACCESSIBLE MONUMENTS AND SITES IN FRANCE AND OTHER COUNTRIES

As deadlines for accessibility works are getting closer, which are the experiences that can promote good practices? With regard to works on monuments and existing buildings open to the public as well as public spaces and sites, many examples demonstrate good practices from the part of owners, project contractors and heritage and accessibility professionals. Upgraded cathedrals, town halls, law courts and museums are participating in transforming urban landscapes. Natural parks and certified heritage landscapes are starting to welcome all kinds of public.

MORNING SESSION

8:30-9:00             RECEPTION OF PARTICIPANTS

9:00-13:00           MONUMENTS FOR ALL

President:
Kirsti Kovanen, Secretary General of ICOMOS

Moderator:
Samir Abdulac, Secretary General of ICOMOS France

9:00-10:30

The local City Halls of Paris, symbols of a Republican democracy
–          Thierry Balereau, Chief Architect, City of Paris

The restoration of the 24-columns Courthouse in Lyon
–          Denis Eyraud, Engineer-Architect, Metropolis Architectes Associés SA, Lyon

The Petit Palais, Paris Municipal Fine Art Museum: the rebirth of a place as rebirth of its history
–          Gilles Chazal, Director of the Petit Palais Museum

10:30-10:45        DISCUSSION

10:45-11:00        BREAK

11:00-12:45

The Oriel Centre, former Dundalk Goal in Ireland: preservation of the spirit of the place
–          John Deaton, Architect, Deaton Lysaght Architects, Dublin

The Roundhouse in London, a former steam-engine repair shed in Camden
–          David Bonnett, Accessibility Consultant, David Bonnett Associates, London

The Läckö Castle in Sweden
–          Per-Anders Johansson, National Property Board Sweden (SFV)

The new path to the cathedrals
–          Gérard Goudal, General Inspector of Architecture and Heritage, French Ministry of Culture

12:45-13:00         DEBATE

13:00-14:00           LUNCH BREAK

AFTERNOON SESSION

14:00-15:15        ACCESSIBLE PROTECTED SITES

Session President:
Tamas Féjerdy, former Vice-President of the National Directorate of Cultural Heritage (Kulturalis Örokségvédelmi Hivatal, KÖH), Secretary-General of ICOMOS Hungary

Moderator:
Anne Vourc’h, Director of the Réseau des Grands Sites de France  (RGSF)

The Romelaëre ponds reserve in Pas-de-Calais: natural areas made accessible to all
– Christian Ringot, Director of Communication, Education and Partnerships at Eden 62,
– Kevin Wimez, Manager of Communication and Accessibility at Eden 62

The Estuary of the Gironde River and the transporter bridge of Rochefort-Echillais
– Rémi Decoster, Director of development and projects,

The Maritime fortress of Suomenlinna in Finland
– Niina, Kilpelä, Architect, The Threshold Association / Kynnys ry

15:15-15:30        DEBATE

15:30-16:45        IS ACCESSIBILITY A THREAT OR AN OPPORTUNITY FOR HERITAGE?

Round-table moderated by Marie Prost Coletta, Ministerial Delegate for Accessibility at the French Ministry of Ecology, Sustainable Development and Energy

With:

– Philippe Bélaval, President of the Centre des Monuments Nationaux (CMN, French Office for National Monuments)
– Pierre-Antoine Gatier, Chief Architect of Historic Monuments, President of ICOMOS France
– François Robichon, Secretary General of the Commission du Vieux Paris
– David Bonnett, Accessibility Consultant, David Bonnett Associates, London
– Grainne Shaffrey, Architect, Shaffrey Associates Architects, Dublin

16:45     CLOSING SPEECH

–          Francesco Bandarin, Assistant Director-General for Culture, UNESCO

represented by Marie-Noël, Programme Specialist at the UNSECO World Heritage Centre


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