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Et demain, on fait quoi ? 198 contributions pour penser la ville

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To allow everyone to contribute, exchange, debate and imagine together “the aftermath”, the Pavillon de l’Arsenal opened during the lockdown, from April 16, 2020, the forum “And tomorrow, what?”. For three months this virtual space of sharing, initiated as part of the program “Architectures à la maison” made it possible to collect and disseminate articles, tribunes, drawings, projects…

Gathered in this book, the 198 contributions testify, in a particular context, to the concerns and aspirations of each and everyone to transform and adapt the city of its architectures. The ensemble forms a corpus of stimulating, sometimes dissonant reflections, witness in this to our contemporary urban interrogations. Classified chronologically, without filters, as they have arrived, they reveal questions already existing or bring up new problems.

The primary issues of solidarity and climate challenge are combined with issues of proximity, around oneself, spaces and time: housing and scalability, metropolis and governance, office and reversibility, common and rural, attic and cemetery, carbon and materiality, speed and mobility, distances to others and to the world…

  • Pavillon de l'Arsenal
  • Language French
  • Release2020
  • Pages228
  • Format40 x 30 cm
  • ISBN9782354870577

Evénement Focus "Verre" à l'occasion de l'exposition "Metaverre" chez Mathilde Hatzenberger du 16 mai au 7 juillet. Bienvenue ! Cette semaine : Présentation et signature par Christian Heck de "Présence de la Lumière Inaccessible : Les Vitraux de Conques et la peinture de Soulages" ce jeudi 23 mai à 16h à la galerie Faider

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