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« L’urbanisme tri-dimensionnel de Victor Gruen à l’épreuve du “futur prévisible“ des villes nouvelles parisiennes »

Résumé : In the beginning of the 1960s, Victor Gruen’s fame reached Europe, where the shopping centre was viewed with fascination. He was invited to work as a consultant for many Belgian, Swiss, Italian and French managers of department stores, or by institutions such as the IAURP working on studies for the New Towns being planned around Paris. Gruen hoped to find a favourable ground in Europe for the application of his principles about architecture that, according to him, ‘must deal with all manmade elements which form our environment’. ‘Three-dimensional planning’ is designed to achieve this aim, as a design process articulating the different scales of conception, uses, activities, functions, the stakes of the various actors involved (public or private), as well as its feasibility over a period of time.
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Dernière modification le : vendredi 20 novembre 2020 - 14:36:16

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Catherine Maumi. « L’urbanisme tri-dimensionnel de Victor Gruen à l’épreuve du “futur prévisible“ des villes nouvelles parisiennes ». Inventer le Grand Paris. Histoire croisée des métropoles, 2018, ⟨10.25580/IGP.2015.0002⟩. ⟨hal-01985671⟩

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