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La place publique contenue dans l'architecture - 2015_...

Sujet : La Place Publique Contenue dans l'architecture

Auteur : ABOU-SAMRA Osama encadrée par NICOLAS Simon

Diffusion : NICOLAS Simon

Vide contenu par un groupement bâti, d’où un glissement possible entre espace public et à un espace qui, de fait, prend un caractère plus privé. A la différence d’une place ouverte, ce type de cour se définit par ses limites. Les hôtels particuliers sont sur arcades, avec un traitement particulier des porosités : la place est entièrement bâtie sur ses limites, ce qui implique le percement en partie basse de certains hôtels. La fonction, le traitement du sol du vide central peut entrer, ou non, en résonance avec ses limites

“In a small plaza, a toddler practices walking followed by his anxious mother. A man rides his new bike in circles around the central fountain. A grey-haired lady moves her foot in circles to work her ankle as she sites on a bench watching the others. The man pauses to lean against the fountain, and a child starts cycling in his place, in quiet rhythmic circles around the fountain.
A woman leans against her motorcylce eating an ice cream. Couples play badminton. Two white-haired men, one apparently a foreigner, intently engage in some game or transaction on a bench. People photograph the fountain”
~Debra Efroymson v
Built in the 17th century, Place des Vosges is the oldest square in Paris. It was constructed under Henry IV between 1605 and 1612 after Henry II was accidentally wounded in the eye by the lance of his captain of guards, during a tournament. After ten days of agony, he died and his widow, Catherine de’ Medici, persuaded her son to demolish the Hotel Des Tournelles, where both Louis XI and Louis XII died. The Place des Vosges is the prototype of all the residential squares of European cities that were to come.

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Groupe thématique : TD

Thème majeur : La Place Publique

Activités : Article

Famille : Texte "article revue"

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