Séminaire “Lieux et Enjeux” – ENSA Paris-Val de Seine – 15 et 16 mars 2022


Organisée par Ahmed Benbernou, Yankel Fijalkow, Hélène Hatzfeld, Bernard Haumont, Manel Khemici, Benjamin Leclercq, Aurélien Ramos, Aurore Reynaud, Clara Sandrini


In the post-war period, modern architects, were called upon to build large housing estates. In the name of hygiene, good orientation and ventilation, they paid almost exclusive attention to built volumes and housing to the detriment of outdoor spaces. From the 1960s, while the access to healthy housing and the social and spatial project satisfied, more or less, the working classes, a widespread discourse denounced the exterior space degradation, segregation, violence and anomie. Today, the revitalization programs of large housing estates, include a reflection on the development of the interface between private, public, collective and outdoor spaces. Our purpose is to explore the new collective spaces in France and in eastern and western Europe. We will discuss their importance in planning processes and for the inhabitants, and collective spaces as a theatre of conflict and living together.


Day 1: March, 15th Morning, 9:00 (CET)
Introduction by Philippe Bach, Yankel Fijalkow, Sabrina Bresson and Ahmed Benbernou
– Bernadette Blanchon, ENSPV (France) : Mass housing landscapes: a little-known heritage, a current potential
– Giulio Galasso and Natalia Voroshilova, Politecnico di Milano (Italy) : Fragility and resource: The gardens of post-war Milanese middle-class housing today
– Bernard Haumont, CRH-LAVUE (France) : Beautification and livelyness in the public areas Eveline Althaus, ETH Wohnforum (Switzerland) Policies, practices, playgrounds – (Trans)formation of collective spaces in postwar high-rise estates in Switzerland

Round table: Transversal reflection, open to the East-West dialectic in Europe Moderated by Yankel Fijalkow and Clara Sandrini Ljubo Georgiev, Urban policies association Sofia (Bulgaria) Hélène Hatzfeld, CRH-LAVUE (France) Vlatko P. Korobar, University Ss. Cyril and Methodius (N. Macedonia) Els De Vos, University of Antwerp (Belgium)

Lunch at the CRH-LAVUE

Day 1: March, 15th Afternoon, 2:00 P.M. (CET)
Visit of Vigneux-sur-Seine By Claire Doussard (AUSser-AHTTEP), Manel Khemici (CRH-LAVUE), Aurélien Ramos (CRH-LAVUE), Aurore Reynaud (CRH-LAVUE) and Vincent Richard (ENSA PVS)

Day 2: March, 16th Morning, 9:00 (C.E.T.)
Eva Storgaard, University of Antwerp (Belgium) : Psychological needs in large-scale dwelling developments
Benjamin Leclercq, CRH-LAVUE / UCLouvain (Belgium) : The reciprocal trial of “living together”, or the management of “incivilities” in large social housing estates tested by urban renewal
Ana Rafailovska, Jasmina Siljanoska and Vlatko P. Korobar, University “SS. Cyril and Methodius” (N. Macedonia) : Is the process of deterioration of collective open spaces in mass housing complexes from the second half of the XX reversible? Two narratives from Skopje, N. Macedonia
Lisa Kaufmann, Gießen, Liebig-University (Germany) : Outdoor Spaces and Local Identity in Densified Post-War Settlements
Denis Delbaere, ENSAPL (France) : The Social Housing Districts as laboratory of the Landscape (Meta)project
Audrey Courbebaisse, UCLouvain (Belgium) Inhabitant Appropriations in Intermediate Spaces within the Large Housing Estates of Toulouse
Closing of the conference with the installation of the postcards resulting from the visits

Informations pratiques

Format hybride : ENSA Paris-Val de Seine and VISIO
Séance en anglais
INSCRIPTIONS : https://forms.gle/oj6EqxAJi3pTBWrd6

Citer ce billet
Pascal Fort (2022, 18 février). Séminaire “Lieux et Enjeux” – ENSA Paris-Val de Seine – 15 et 16 mars 2022. Carnet de veille UMR AUSser. Consulté le 24 juin 2024, à l’adresse https://doi.org/10.58079/v18x

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