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Dispositifs architecturaux et mouvements qualifiés : recherche exploratoire sur les conduites sensori-motrices des passants dans les espaces publics intermédiaires

Abstract : This research brings into question the interaction between the built space and the users
by analysing their lived experience. The main field of study is set around the
problematic of the situated movements of the users in urban public spaces, and more
precisely the various behaviours of the pedestrians in intermediary public spaces. We
wonder how built space is experienced by the users. We make the hypothesis that the
quality of the pedestrians' movement could reveal the physical and sensitive
characteristics of space. Thus, this quality could validate the potential qualities of built
space. This is why the corporal mobility is an essential element to study, both
analytically and methodologically. It enables us to apprehend on the one hand the
ambiances of the built space, and on the other hand its functional qualities. As a result
of this research, we propose an index of sensory-motor phenomena, in order to set up a
convenient tool for architectural and urban design. This index lists different perceptions
and feelings of built space observed through the lived experiences of the pedestrians.
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Sarawut Preamechai. Dispositifs architecturaux et mouvements qualifiés : recherche exploratoire sur les conduites sensori-motrices des passants dans les espaces publics intermédiaires. domain_other. Université Pierre Mendès-France - Grenoble II, 2006. Français. ⟨tel-00087820⟩

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