Since the 1852 Haussmann’s decree in which, although linked to a modernization programme, the notion of ensemble historique born, France has constantly pursued its innovative vision of “urban heritage”, by enacting the 1962 Malraux law on the safeguarding and valorisation of historic centres (1962) and introducing the zones de protection du patrimoine architectural et urbain (1983). Following the guiding principles of the 2002 Solidarity and urban renewal law, the notion of heritage has been integrated into an overall urban vision, including it into town planning tools. This work intends to present this conceptual advancement and its applications in France.

The evolution of urban heritage concept in France, between conservation and rehabilitation programs

VERSACI, ANTONELLA
2016

Abstract

Since the 1852 Haussmann’s decree in which, although linked to a modernization programme, the notion of ensemble historique born, France has constantly pursued its innovative vision of “urban heritage”, by enacting the 1962 Malraux law on the safeguarding and valorisation of historic centres (1962) and introducing the zones de protection du patrimoine architectural et urbain (1983). Following the guiding principles of the 2002 Solidarity and urban renewal law, the notion of heritage has been integrated into an overall urban vision, including it into town planning tools. This work intends to present this conceptual advancement and its applications in France.
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