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Urbanisme et processus permanents : le projet urbain à l’épreuve de l’incertitude

Abstract : Currently, we can observe a coexistence of two "parallel worlds" in the production of urban spaces in European context. The first, supported by planning practices focusing on control of processes, does not seem to adapt easily to a context marked by different and growing uncertainties; the second, emerging and informal, is more flexible and talks about an improvised urban collective action. According to our research hypothesis, we are witnessing a transformation of planning practices through the integration of uncertainties, not in the sense of effective anticipation of hazards, but as the translation of these uncertainties into opportunities. The comparative analysis of two cases illustrating the two worlds mentioned, will allow us to sketch the guiding principles of a transitional model, from a traditional "project mode" to a more adaptable "permanent process".
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Inès Ramirez-Cobo, Marcus Zepf. Urbanisme et processus permanents : le projet urbain à l’épreuve de l’incertitude. Colloque des 20èmes rencontres internationales en urbanisme de l’APERAU, Jun 2018, Lille, France. pp.151-155. ⟨hal-03338542⟩



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