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L’influence allemande sur les formes urbaines des villes d’Alsace-Moselle (1870-1918). Du projet local à la densification d’un patrimoine urbain et architectural, quelles solutions pour demain ?

Abstract : Perceived as a complex and an imprecise concept, density fits in a delicate environnemental context. Urban sprawl and its consequences have pushed goverment policies to lead actions in the fight against abusive land consumptions. Considerered as the origin of an unlimited urban sprawl, the suburban houses’areas are in the light of sight of urban intensification policies. Currently the focus is on housing estate, and the old residential area are still preserved. Neverless, their porximity with city centers and their land capability make them ideals for the densification concept. Is it possible to make these areas denser without compromising their identity an their history? Throught the case of the « Château d’eau » residential area of Colmar and its particular history, we will try to find a solution to the question of urban evolution.
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Chloé Escoffier. L’influence allemande sur les formes urbaines des villes d’Alsace-Moselle (1870-1918). Du projet local à la densification d’un patrimoine urbain et architectural, quelles solutions pour demain ?. Sciences de l'Homme et Société. 2014. ⟨dumas-01112874⟩

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