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Terrain Vague: From landscape of service to transnational geographies
Urban / Regional Strategy
Konstantina Tzemou, Tommaso Bernabò Silorata
Urban Development, Research
This research constitutes a study of the latent geographies along the transportation infrastructure in Greater Paris and the role these lands can play in the transformation of the currently scattered urban tissue towards a linear model of metropolitan expansion.
Recognizing that Terrain Vague, not just in Paris but in every metropolis, stands between city and infrastructure and is therefore characterized by great geopolitical importance, the research attempts to promote its economic prosperity and cultural diversity while simultaneously protecting its identity as the expanding limit of the designed environment.
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