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Architecture, Atmospheres and Constructive Cultures

Abstract : English traduction of a article “L’atmosphère de la multitude” written with Gilles Desèvedavy and Philippe Madec The program of Lyon City Campus application to imagine the campuses of tomorrow as exemplary, registered sites in an approach of sustainable development through eco-responsible management. Objectives mobility alternative to the development of soft transport modes car control and better to consume energy in achieving best buildings by their sobriety, finally integrate academic sites in the city, in terms of their physical, social, economic and cultural relations. This new foundation took a body at a time where the campus administration wondered about 3.300 housing installed on this University site, and where the commune of Villeurbanne, which already hosts 15,000 students considering rebalance public investments to those private building 1.000 students additional accommodation, either within the habitat areas, either by taking advantage of available on-campus land. We are entering our pedagogy research by the atmosphere of the territories of the student to understand how to live rather homogeneous space on this campus, and propose its evolution. La Doua campus was established in 1958 to allow scientific teachings, North of Villeurbanne. Breakdown of scale and morphology with the outskirts of this city of Metropolis Lyons and disconnected from the River, it is at the heart of a program of rehabilitation, registered in a wider national operation of revitalization of the campus.
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Olivier Balaÿ. Architecture, Atmospheres and Constructive Cultures. Teaching a new Environmental Culture : the Environment as a Question of Architectural Education, Nicosia, Cyprus, 27-29 May 2010, 2011, Nicosia, Cyprus. pp.85-95. ⟨hal-00993646⟩



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