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Master Thesis

Le végétal, facteur d'appropriation des toits terrasses

Abstract : With the densification of urban areas, city roofs have become new popular spaces for inhabitants. The greenery of this place provides many ecosystem services and contributes to improve the quality of urban life. However, few studies have focused on the spatialization of these places and the role of vegetation in the creation of a collective living space for the community and for the comfort of the individual. This thesis raises the following issue "How can the greening of roof terraces be an asset in making them new places to live?". We will discuss the many functions carried by vegetation within flat roofs terraces and how this greenery can allow the design of coherent spaces, private or collective, and meeting the needs of these users. Finally, we will deal with technical and economic constraints, and in particular those related to the different players in the project for a better understanding of the role of the landscape designer in the process of creating and installing green roof terraces.
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Harold Cheminade. Le végétal, facteur d'appropriation des toits terrasses. Sciences du Vivant [q-bio]. 2020. ⟨dumas-03044067⟩



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