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En quoi les paysages rivulaires inspirent-ils une forme de naturalité urbaine ? Quand Bordeaux Saint-Jean renoue avec son fleuve

Abstract : Similar to Bruxelles, Paris, and Venice, Bordeaux is a city built on wetlands. Recently, many cities have begun to rediscover this type of wetland patrimony. In response to this, the project Euratlantique is an opportunity for Bordeaux to reconnect with its river. Through a multi-faceted approach on the theme of water, the aim of this thesis is to reveal how ecological approaches can by applied to typical landscape patterns. The project aspires to reorganize urban development by using the geography and the micro-landscape of the site. This idea, as a precondition of urban project, refers to landscape construction logics and ecological connections as founding principles of urban planning: natural forces, landscape structures, topographic adaptations, living ecological networks, stormwater management, etc. In developing a landscape solution for the site of this thesis, the concept of naturality seems most appropriate; naturality refers to the cultural interpretation of nature by human beings, that is to say the sense that they give to it at a moment in their history (Berque, 1995).
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Marine Lejamtel. En quoi les paysages rivulaires inspirent-ils une forme de naturalité urbaine ? Quand Bordeaux Saint-Jean renoue avec son fleuve. Sciences agricoles. 2012. ⟨dumas-00749829⟩

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