1. Fig 2014 Michel Lussault

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    M. Michel Lussault, professeur de géographie, directeur de l’Institut français d’Education (l’IFÉ) porte son regard sur le paradoxe entre l’affirmation à l’échelle mondiale du fait urbain (désigné par lui comme « le Monde ») et sa vulnérabilité face aux risques. Chaque habitat doit être analysé sous l’angle de son rapport à sa fragilité. Dans une logique d’un habitat « soutenable », M. Michel Lussault développe trois concepts : vulnérabilité, immunité, résilience. La vulnérabilité est la condition permanente de l’habitat urbain, l’immunité renvoie à la capacité à s’adapter face à la catastrophe pour retrouver une intégrité fonctionnelle et la résilience à celle d’utiliser l’épreuve/le traumatisme pour se rebâtir/recréer son avenir.

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    • Conférence Michel Lussault le 10 juin 2014

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      Chapitres 00:02 L'université française sous contrôle étatique 21:55 Une logique d'équipement du territoire 37:18 Dépendance et sectorisation de l'université 51:34 L'université, condition métropolitaine 1:04:30 Limites des outils urbanistiques

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      • City Shapes: Matthew Pillsbury in Conversation with Michel Lussault - Part 4/4

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        "City Stages" by Matthew Pillsbury is available online here: http://bit.ly/1taFUOK On October 19, Aperture Foundation, in partnership with Villa Gillet, presented an afternoon conversation between photographer Matthew Pillsbury and French geographer Michel Lussault. The event was organized for the launch of Matthew Pillsbury’s monograph, City Stages, as part of Walls and Bridges, a ten-day French-American arts and ideas festival curated by Villa Gillet. Matthew Pillsbury presented a brief slideshow of his photographs capturing human activity in urban environments, ranging from isolated moments—when people were tuned into the omnipresent screens of tablets, laptops, televisions, and phones—to crowded spectacles at museums, parades, cathedrals, and even protests. In discussion, Pillsbury and Lussault shared observations and discussed the relationships between individuals, everyday environments, and the urban landscape.

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        • City Shapes: Matthew Pillsbury in Conversation with Michel Lussault - Part 3/4

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          "City Stages" by Matthew Pillsbury is available online here: http://bit.ly/1taFUOK On October 19, Aperture Foundation, in partnership with Villa Gillet, presented an afternoon conversation between photographer Matthew Pillsbury and French geographer Michel Lussault. The event was organized for the launch of Matthew Pillsbury’s monograph, City Stages, as part of Walls and Bridges, a ten-day French-American arts and ideas festival curated by Villa Gillet. Matthew Pillsbury presented a brief slideshow of his photographs capturing human activity in urban environments, ranging from isolated moments—when people were tuned into the omnipresent screens of tablets, laptops, televisions, and phones—to crowded spectacles at museums, parades, cathedrals, and even protests. In discussion, Pillsbury and Lussault shared observations and discussed the relationships between individuals, everyday environments, and the urban landscape.

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          • City Shapes: Matthew Pillsbury in Conversation with Michel Lussault - Part 2/4

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            "City Stages" by Matthew Pillsbury is available online here: http://bit.ly/1taFUOK On October 19, Aperture Foundation, in partnership with Villa Gillet, presented an afternoon conversation between photographer Matthew Pillsbury and French geographer Michel Lussault. The event was organized for the launch of Matthew Pillsbury’s monograph, City Stages, as part of Walls and Bridges, a ten-day French-American arts and ideas festival curated by Villa Gillet. Matthew Pillsbury presented a brief slideshow of his photographs capturing human activity in urban environments, ranging from isolated moments—when people were tuned into the omnipresent screens of tablets, laptops, televisions, and phones—to crowded spectacles at museums, parades, cathedrals, and even protests. In discussion, Pillsbury and Lussault shared observations and discussed the relationships between individuals, everyday environments, and the urban landscape.

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            • City Shapes: Matthew Pillsbury in Conversation with Michel Lussault - Part 1/4

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              On October 19, Aperture Foundation, in partnership with Villa Gillet, presented an afternoon conversation between photographer Matthew Pillsbury and French geographer Michel Lussault. The event was organized for the launch of Matthew Pillsbury’s monograph, City Stages, as part of Walls and Bridges, a ten-day French-American arts and ideas festival curated by Villa Gillet. Matthew Pillsbury presented a brief slideshow of his photographs capturing human activity in urban environments, ranging from isolated moments—when people were tuned into the omnipresent screens of tablets, laptops, televisions, and phones—to crowded spectacles at museums, parades, cathedrals, and even protests. In discussion, Pillsbury and Lussault shared observations and discussed the relationships between individuals, everyday environments, and the urban landscape.

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              • Conférence : Saclay , laboratoire de connaissances.

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                Le 24 avril 2013 s’est tenu le dernier débat du deuxième cycle de conférences des Métabolismes de la Métropole, dédié aux “ Economies Immatérielles”. Après avoir remercié les conférenciers et le public pour leur présence à la Maison de l’architecture, Raphaële Perron, élue de l’Ordre des architectes d’Île-de-France, et Bertrand Lemoine, Directeur de l’Atelier international du Grand Paris (AIGP), ont confié l’animation de la discussion à Cyrille Poy. Débat consacré, ce soir-là, au territoire de Plaine Commune, communauté d’agglomération constituée de neuf communes, située au nord de Paris. Celle-ci réinvente son avenir par le biais de grands projets (Stade de France, Cité du cinéma). Le débat a permis d’explorer, à travers différents prismes, les dynamiques et les flux qui traversent cet espace dédié à la fabrique de l’image. Intervenants : Cyrille Poy, Journaliste. Manon Loisel, AIGP Dominique Vernay, Président de la Fondation de Coopération scientifique Pierre Veltz, Président Directeur général de l'Etablissement public Paris Saclay Michel Desvigne, Paysagiste David Malaud, AIGP Michel Lussault, géographe et directeur de l'Institut français de l'éducation David Bodet, Président de la Communauté d'agglomération du Plateau de Saclay et 1er maire adjoint de Palaiseau Christophe Blondel, trésorier du Syndicat national des Chercheurs scientifiques Cécile Schmollgruber, Fondatrice de Stereolabs

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