Since 2004 Anne acts as the Secretary General to Yellow design Foundation. Between 2004 and 2007 Anne initiates and coordinates on behalf of Yellow design Foundation and with the backing of UITP (www.UITP.org), and several other international partners a research programme conducted in 6 European countries and focused on the link between perceived security and design and ultimately lead to the development of SPIN-UP (Security Perception in Intermodal Stations for Urban Public transport) methodology. In 2010 Anne acquires from UIC on behalf of Yellow design Foundation an international research project on the design of major European interchanges with the objective of developing a toolbox to guide operators, authorities, urban planners, architects and real estate developers and other stakeholders along the process. In the Spring of 2011 Anne and her team carry out a benchmark of major interchanges in South and South East Asia, followed by an international research project on the contribution of mobility to low carbon cities with the backing of UN Habitat.
Since February 2012 Anne’s team has been adopted in the Sustainable Urban Development experts’ network of UN Habitat. Since April 2014 Yellow design Foundation became partner in the Urban Planning and Design Lab as well as in the Public Space programme of UN Habitat. In 2017 she was invited to speak at ‘Creative Mobilities’ in Grenoble (FR) on the role of cultural empowerment, co-creation and citizens’participation in the global North and South.
Given her teaching skills Anne frequently conducts workshops to present and discuss the results gathered from the field research carried for the purpose of different assignments.
- June 11: #CREATIVEMOBILITY
SPIN App, a smart security, energy and environment water and waste performance indicator for transit hubsThe poster will present an easy-to-understand circular design using infographics showing the integration of the station in its urban surroundings and planning, the different modes and modal accesses, the uses and functions of a station as a transport hub, a retail place, a production place, a welcoming and meeting place for various audiences. Next come the different - transversally linked - fields of expertise that make a station operational, the different geographies/locations (entrances, concourses, mezzanines, stairs/escalators/elevators, platforms,..) of the station, finally the circular movements of using, reusing and recycling. For online use the poster will also be available in an animated version.