HAPPY FRINGE AREAS. Towns, Villages and Hamlets in Metropolitan Areas
Beyond the limits of the central conurbation of Paris, urban countryside areas are expanding; and they are doing so under the influence of the city. These territories, on the fringes of the metropolitan area, now appear as a resource territory — an ideal of a life closer to nature, yet one still connected with the metropolis and its assets.
While highly diverse, these fringe areas concentrate significant problems linked to urban sprawl: longer commuting distancesand transportation times, social-geographical dispersion, landartificialization, urban sickness, etc.
Application still open
Please send compiled in the following order and titled LAST NAME_First name_FRA :
- Completed application form, on this page
- A CV/Resume of one to two pages maximum
- A short personal essay on the workshop’s topic: this document takes theworkshop’s topic and applies it to another site, preferably one in the candidate’s country of origin. This document aims to engage candidates in a personal reflection prior to the workshop on the themes being addressed.
Candidate applications should be sent to email@example.com
Selection results will be announced approximately one month after the close of the application period.
from Sept. 2, 2019
to Sept. 20, 2019
Louis Moutard - Pilote
Marie Chevillote - Pilote
Claire Fonticelli - Assistante Pilote