La rue artérielle, un outil pour recomposer les villes par les espaces publics ?

Abstract : The street has been the subject of constant debates in urban design’s history. More than fifty years after the emergence of a “return to the street” movement, characterized by a rejection of a functionalist conception of the city that condemned the street, it continues to be at the heart of urban design’s agenda and is even now a subject of a renewed attention. The arterial street, historically removed from most of the major theoretical models, focuses many issues of contemporary urbanism and is being currently treated in urban projects. Set at a crossroad of professions and skills, these streets become a experimental field where new types of design public spaces have arisen.
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Benoit Romeyer. La rue artérielle, un outil pour recomposer les villes par les espaces publics ?. URBIA. Les Cahiers du développement urbain durable, Observatoire universitaire de la Ville et du Développement durable, 2014, pp. 17-31. ⟨hal-01660049⟩

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