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Demain l’architecte, l’intervalle et la densité

Résumé : What kind of ambiances making tomorrow’s cities will provide, in an urban context that will probably install a kind of fixity for a majority of city dwellers? Can we understand, in the history and the actuality of building, specific features of the society that produce spacings to manage lived ambiances in the urban density? Can we locate relevant spatiality and imagine a future for atmospheric architecture?
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Olivier Balaÿ, Karine Lapray, Marie Leroy, Héloïse Marie. Demain l’architecte, l’intervalle et la densité. Ambiances, tomorrow. Proceedings of 3rd International Congress on Ambiances. Septembre 2016, Volos, Greece, Sep 2016, Volos, Grèce. p. 425 - 430. ⟨hal-01404374⟩



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