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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, 2014, Hors-série n°2, pp. 17-31. ⟨hal-01660049⟩

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