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Marcher le paysage : le projet comme écologie de l'attention

Abstract : This paper is based on a series of pedagogical experiments carried out within the framework of training in urbanism and in which it is proposed to think, to represent, to experiment and to design the landscapes of tomorrow by walking - or rather through specific walks from an in situ classes to «transects» via the «inhabitants itineraries». From the narrative of these experiences, the links between walking, landscape and design are questioned. How does walking articulate invention, explicitation and attentive listening of landscapes? How does it stimulate a recomposition of relations between oneself, others and the landscape? Does it shape a specific pedagogy of urban design? And finally, what does it tell us about the landscape itself? As summoned by these walks and projects, the landscape is not so much related to the vision as to its shaping by its inhabitants. The recommended walk then evades contemplative passivity, to be part of a more dynamic position related to the activities that form this landscape.
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Jennifer Buyck. Marcher le paysage : le projet comme écologie de l'attention. URBIA. Les Cahiers du développement urbain durable, Observatoire universitaire de la Ville et du Développement durable, 2019, Paysage, urbanisme, projet : interfaces et médiations, pp.103-126. ⟨hal-02474966⟩



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