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Poétique de l’habitation : fin d’un imaginaire ? Pesmes (Haute-Saône)

Abstract : The desertification of the town centers is a reality in France. The development of these areas does not always succeed in combating the extent of the decline, and sometimes even accentuates its brutality. All too often, they flatten an area that was previously characterized by an abundance of signs. An environment is destroyed, if not transformed, without managing to create a place of equivalent poetry. The real is then reduced to a visible without resonance, altering our imagination and thus our ability to inhabit a world that makes sense. How then can we find alternatives to the reduction of the real? Does questioning the beginnings allow us to grasp the depth and to set poetic transformations in motion without depreciating "everything that holds together in the visible and the invisible" ? This research has the poetics of the dwelling for horizon, a village, (Pesmes) for object of study and architecture as a method of inquiry. Figures such as Gaston Bachelard or Jean-Christophe Bailly emerge within the bibliographical corpus accompanying a work characterized above all as research through experimentation.
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Alexis Stremsdoerfer. Poétique de l’habitation : fin d’un imaginaire ? Pesmes (Haute-Saône). Philosophie. Université de Lorraine, 2020. Français. ⟨NNT : 2020LORR0302⟩. ⟨tel-03432243⟩



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