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La marche, du chemin faisant au faire chemin

Sabine Chardonnet Darmaillacq 1
1 ACS - Architecture, Culture, Société XIXe-XXIe s
UMR AUSser - Architecture Urbanisme Société : Savoir Enseignement Recherche
Abstract : Walking is a relevant entry point and a good indicator of evolutions in urban society. The walker cannot be reduced to a pedestrian. Could walking become a new value and a collective urban intelligence for mobility and how can public space remain friendly and interactive? Lifestyles and mobility engender a new geography of territories, at the very moment when digital society is displaying information and offering new chains of services. It is interesting to understand how these service value gains can guarantee an access for all in the urban space, while associating in the best possible way technological developments to legible and welcoming spatial form.
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Sabine Chardonnet Darmaillacq. La marche, du chemin faisant au faire chemin. Ambiances in action / Ambiances en acte(s) - International Congress on Ambiances, Montreal 2012, Sep 2012, Montreal, Canada. pp.435-440. ⟨halshs-00745948⟩



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