meetings of the Maison de l’architecture d’île de france
While the modern extension of cities has contributed to the growth of natural hazards, the soil is an educational tool that allows us to imagine another way of planning the territories.
The nature of soils reveals the most relevant development logics at scales that go beyond those of the neighborhood, the city or the metropolis, whether it be sedimentary richness, hydraulic capacities, support for biodiversity or a player in the decarbonation of buildings…
Mélusine Hucault, ANMA associate architect and urban planner, participated in the round table “Under the earth: what the depths have to offer” organized by the Maison de l’architecture Ile-de-France in the framework of the second edition of the Bap! with Mathieu Mercuriali, Marion Girodo and animated by Thomas Corbasson.
Watch the replay video here.