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Tony Garnier: the Cité industrielle

Dora Wiebenson

Tony Garnier: the Cité industrielle

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Published by G. Braziller in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Garnier, Tony, -- 1869-1948.,
  • City planning.,
  • Industrial districts.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 117-121) and index.

    StatementDora Wiebenson.
    SeriesPlanning and cities
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsNA9053.N4 W54 1970
    The Physical Object
    Pagination127 p. :
    Number of Pages127
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19700958M

    An Industrial City was a bridge between the utopian socialism of Charles Fourier and the Garden City idea of Ebenezer Howard, on one side, and Modernist city planning on the other. Reformation of these areas was the objective of the early city planners, who began to impose regulatory laws establishing housing standards for housing, sanitation etc. Local historical and botanical museums for regional expositions and a school of arts and industries were to be included in this project. These theories of regionalism attained their greatest popularity in England. Nearby water power was to be used.

    Long-time residents got together and decided to try to save the estate. Garnier, a son of canuts or workers in the silk industry, was born in the working-class Croix-Rousse neighborhood of Lyon on August 13, The public zone, set on the plateau much in the manner of the Hellenistic acropolis, is composed of the governmental buildings, museums, and exhibition halls and large structures for sports and theatre. Indeed, Tony Garnier was a master, with all the nobleness and intelligence included in this word. The plan itself is clearly in the Beaux-Arts tradition, tempered by a natural informality possibly derived from the ideas of the Austrian town planner Camillo Sitte.

    The plan itself is clearly in the Beaux-Arts tradition, tempered by a natural informality possibly derived from the ideas of the Austrian town planner Camillo Sitte. Geddes's theories were considered similar to those expressed by Ebenezer Howard with regard to his Garden City. Garnier continued to work on his proposal alongside more traditional work and was eventually able to exhibit his work in Garnier stated in his preface that the siting of the city was determined by the location of water, the source of power.


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Tony Garnier: the Cité industrielle by Dora Wiebenson Download PDF Ebook

Garnier had worked in the workers quarte of the city, some of his later planning may reflect social doctrines to which he was exposed while there. These theories Tony Garnier: the Cité industrielle book regionalism attained their greatest popularity in England.

Growing Tony Garnier: the Cité industrielle book in modest conditions where people worked and lived in the same space led Garnier to consider the social aspect of housing from an early age.

Garnier stated in his preface that the siting of the city was determined by the location of water, the source of power. Local historical and botanical museums for regional expositions and a school of arts and industries were to be included in this project.

Many of the changes were not for the better and living conditions in industrial cities steadily deteriorated. Garnier had energy efficiency in mind as the city was to be powered by a Tony Garnier: the Cité industrielle book station with a dam which was located in the mountains along with the hospital.

His youth also coincided with a crisis in the textile industry. The surrounding area is devoted to agriculture. A railway passes between the factory and the city, which is on a plateau, and further up are the medical facilities. With these economic changes came pulmonary illnesses, to which he lost his mother and two aunts.

It provides separate zones for separate functions, a concept later found in such new towns see new town as Park ForestIll. Small workshops shuttered to make way for big, mechanized factories. Cities are changing fast. Local crafts were to be taught. Le Corbusier was the first well-known architect to discuss Garnier's work and possibly the reason why Garnier became known as a pioneer of modern architecture and urban planning.

Chief among them was Pattrick Geddes Indeed, Tony Garnier was a master, with all the nobleness and intelligence included in this word. This hypothetical city is heavily industrialized and zoned, divided according to four functions: housing, work, leisure, and health.

It represents the culmination of several philosophies of urbanism that were the outgrowth of the Industrial Revolution in 19th-century Europe.

Published init is not only an outstanding contribution to architectural and planning theories but also a sensitive expression of thought and cultural conditions of its day. Every apartment had running water, a gas connection and a toilet, luxuries that were hard to come by in working-class neighborhoods at the time.

Garnier, a son of canuts or workers in the silk industry, was born in the working-class Croix-Rousse neighborhood of Lyon on August 13, Garnier continued to work on his proposal alongside more traditional work and was eventually able to exhibit his work in Many public facilities were provided like slaughter houses, flour mills etc, and equality to both sexes in education etc.

An Industrial City was a bridge between the utopian socialism of Charles Fourier and the Garden City idea of Ebenezer Howard, on one side, and Modernist city planning on the other. The most important connection of Garnier with later planners is definitely through Le Corbusier.

For the sake of convenience, each building was standardized with only one type of apartment—one, two, three, or four bedrooms—and the buildings were organized in islands served by a network of orthogonal streets and courtyards. It was a model of social housing with the latest comforts.

Learn More in these related Britannica articles:. Reformation of these areas was the objective of the early city planners, who began to impose regulatory laws establishing housing standards for housing, sanitation etc.

Individual imitative is not stressed in the City, property is owned in common and public conveniences are maintained for benefit of all.

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