Travelling exhibition designed by ANMA Architectes Urbanistes, produced by the CAUE Rhône metropoleThe exhibition was designed by ANMA Architectes Urbanistes, in partnership with the ANMA Foundation, the BRGM national geological survey and Sciences Po l’École urbaine. The first exhibition will take place at the CAUE Rhône Métropole in Lyon from February 8 to May 20, 2022.
The exhibition proposes to unfold the mechanisms of the manufacture of the city by initiating a change of perception in our way of apprehending and valuing the soil.
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the values of the soils
This research work explores and questions the values of our soils. He sheds light on the development processes at work and asks why society values its fertile land so little. It invites each visitor to change the way he or she looks at the soil. Do we really know the value of what’s under our feet?
The scenography distinguishes three main times. The first, rules of the game, to assimilate the manufacture of the city and its relationship to the soil: soil heritage, chronological frieze, soil values, economic construction of the development. The second, contemplative, to immerse oneself in three large animated cuts illustrating the tensions highlighted. And the last one, in the form of tracks, to open towards other ways.
the city’s construction
By inviting us to consider the soil as a common heritage, this exhibition presents the strata of the soil as clues to a collective and plural past history. A committed story that reveals the accelerating transformation of this limited resource.
Can observing the effects of our societies on our soils reexamine our ways of life? Does the eternal constraint of the economic balance of city building inevitably generate a debt inscribed in the soil for future generations?
COMMISSIONER : ANMA Architectes Urbanistes
Project manager : Agrippa Leenhardt
Researcher : Pierre Bouilhol
Communication and coordination : Emil Walbron
Project assistants : Albane Viateau, Laurène Hillion, Marie-Alix Gourlet
Set design : Élise Glory
SUPPORT : ANMA Corporate Foundation
President : Anne-Laure d’Artemare
Proofreading : Clélia Fortier
GRAPHIC AND VIDEO DESIGN : Les Zinc
Vincent Hennebert, Gaëtan Buffon, Julien Stephan
ILLUSTRATION : Clément Vuillier
SOUND ANIMATION : Studio V7
Right : Forest soil section illustrating fertile soil values
Then : Building on a field, an industrial wasteland, in town?
DIRECTION : CAUE Rhône Métropole
Director : Sébastien Sperto
Project leader : Anna Costes
Delphine Blanc, Iris Huneau, Romain Marchetti,
YannGérard, Hélène Reynaud (Adéquation)
Aimeric Fabris (EPORA)
Sabine Lozier, Olivier Roussel (Lyon Metropolitan Area Urban Planning Agency)
CONSTRUCTION, LIGHTING, SETTING
Jean-Claude Laurent, Jean-Philippe Murgue, Julien Montet
COMMUNICATION AND PARTNERSHIP
In Medias Res
AGP, ATC Group
©F. Perroud CAUE69
Collective project for the urban planning cycle at Sciences Po Paris (2019-2021)
Students: Sarah Ayoub, Marie Carbo, Shana Cohen,
Tutor : Marie Llorente
Person in charge of training : Marina Gaget
GEOLOGICAL DATA AND CARBING
BRGM : Olivier Serrano, Romain Darnault
XavierBonnaud : architect, professor (ENSA Paris-La Villette, GERPHAU)
Cédric Lavigne : consultant in archaeogeography
Marie Llorente : economist, consultant and researcher in urban planning
Xavier Marié : agropedologist engineer, urban landscape designer (Sol Paysage)
Christian Piel : urban planner and hydrologist (UrbanWater)
Barbara Belle (La Foncière du Grand Lyon)
Anne Blanchard (Sol & Co)
Arnaud Cecillon (Rhône Saône Habitat)
Mélanie Foucault (Archaeology Department of the City of Lyon)
Mélusine Hucault (ANMA)
Amélie Leguay (SERL)
Benoit Tracol (Rhône Saône Habitat)
Left: Territorial Axonometry of Saint-Nazaire.
a. Marais de Brière b. Networks of marshes c. Agricultural frame, bocage d. Road and rail networks e. Marine flooding area inspired by the sea level 3000 years ago f. Sediments deposited by the Loire River / erosion of the bedrock g. Rocky base of Saint-Nazaire h. Buttes eroded by the sea 3000 years ago
1. Marshland 2. Forest land 3. Agricultural land (meadow) 4. Industrial land 5. Suburban land (permeable) 6. Suburban soil (low permeability) 7. Downtown soil (waterproof)