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Urban Continuity at the Reconstructed Sport Centre in Paris

Urban Continuity at the Reconstructed Sport Centre in Paris | green streets | Scoop.it

The partial reconstruction of the stadium Jules Ladoumègue has been realized in intricate connection with the new site of the RATP (public transport service for the Ile-de-France) maintenance center.

The construction of the maintenance center and the creation of new space for sport activities expresses the integration of big equipment in dense urban structure and emphasizes its multi functionality...

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ParadigmGallery's curator insight, March 16, 3:31 PM

This is a great read and offers insight into the plans and process of designing and blending old and new in a very dense urban environment...thanks DOMUS and Lauren Moss

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Christchurch 'to be garden city'

Christchurch 'to be garden city' | green streets | Scoop.it
New Zealand plans to redevelop the quake-ravaged centre of Christchurch as a safe, sustainable "city in a garden".
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Rebalancing Development + Community Building Projects: Reconstructing Post-disaster Japan

Rebalancing Development + Community Building Projects: Reconstructing Post-disaster Japan | green streets | Scoop.it

Nearly two years have passed since "3.11", Japan's worst disaster since the Pacific War. Now, twenty months later, we can start to see the kind of future that Japan has entered, and the values and visions that are animating its architects, designers, and artists in this period of reconstruction and renewal.

At the heart of the reconstruction challenge that Japan faces is the question of the relation between the centre and the periphery, or to put it in starker terms, between the strong and the weak. This relation is expressed in many ways – between global forces or state authority and local people; between the metropolis and the countryside; between the victims and the spared. The earnestness with which metropolitan architects have engaged local communities only underscores this asymmetry. Beyond the immediate response to disaster, what many in Japan are seeking is the rebalancing of a long legacy of uneven development.

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