« Heritage versus Innovation. The Grenoble experience »

Abstract : The article explores the context of historic conservation in Europe and then considers how this has become the preserve of urban planner and architect, and what it means in terms of innovation and growth, within successful historic cities, and more particularly in university town of Grenoble. Specifically, the article explores the relationship between the town in the mountains, the industrial town and how the link between town, science and higher education provides a narrative and a platform to understand the history of its development as well as its success.
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Gilles Novarina, Stéphane Sadoux. « Heritage versus Innovation. The Grenoble experience ». Occasional Papers in the Historic Built Environment (edited by N.M. James), 2017, pp.86-104. ⟨halshs-01741360⟩

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