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Quand la pandémie révèle la médiocrité de nos enveloppes d’urbanité : habit, habitat, habitacle, habitèle

Abstract : The masks that pandemics forces us to wear deeply affect the social and urban life that we experience and this change will last far beyond this crisis. But did we take care enough of our envelopes while all innovations were dedicated to extending networks and connectivity? The paper scrutinizes each of our technical skins (habit, habitat, habitacle, habitèle) and shows how disqualified was their decisive role for producing a true internal experience, one that allows us to inhabit our digital ecosystems too.
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Dominique Boullier. Quand la pandémie révèle la médiocrité de nos enveloppes d’urbanité : habit, habitat, habitacle, habitèle. Revue Internationale d’Urbanisme, 2021, L’urbain en ses objets, 9. ⟨hal-03384811⟩

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