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Le Goullon, Gwenaëlle

Overview
Works: 5 works in 15 publications in 1 language and 91 library holdings
Genres: History  Pictorial works  Academic theses 
Roles: Author, Collector, Contributor, Collaborator, Opponent
Classifications: HD7287.6.F82, 710
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Most widely held works by Gwenaëlle Le Goullon
Les grands ensembles en France : genèse d'une politique publique : 1945-1962 by Gwenaëlle Le Goullon( Book )

7 editions published between 2010 and 2014 in French and held by 59 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

L'émergence des grands ensembles en France (1945-1962) ne correspond pas seulement à la construction de nouveaux quartiers mais aussi à une nouvelle politique publique. Quels facteurs historiques peuvent expliquer le choix des pouvoirs publics français de construire de façon prioritaire et massive des grands ensembles à partir de la fin des années 1950? Pour répondre à cette question, nous abordons la genèse des grands ensembles sous l'angle des expériences innovantes menées par le MRU (Ministère de la Reconstruction et de l'Urbanisme) entre 1945 et 1962. L'analyse croise l'échelle nationale et l'échelle locale, pour étudier les choix faits par le Ministère de la Reconstruction et de I'Urbanisme et les confronter à quelques opérations de construction: les chantiers expérimentaux de Creil, l'opération du Secteur Industrialisé de Belle-Beille à Angers, les grands ensembles de la Dame Blanche et des Carreaux à Garges-Ies-Gonesse et Villiers-Ie-Bel. II apparaît que le choix des grands ensembles a été fait par le ministère à l'issue d'une quinzaine d'années d'expérimentation, qui avait permis de révéler les atouts et les défauts de cette option
DiversCités : les grands ensembles : Bourgogne & Chalon-sur-Saône by Julien Defillon( Book )

5 editions published in 2019 in French and held by 28 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"De quel héritage l'espace urbain bourguignon est-il le produit? C'est à cette question que s'est intéressé le service de l'Inventaire Général de la Région Bourgogne-Franche-Comté. En mettant en lumière les quartiers et barres emblématiques des grands ensembles édifiés sur le territoire, cet ouvrage dévoile aussi les partis architecturaux et urbains adoptés depuis les Trente Glorieuses. Richement illustré, il permet de mieux comprendre le processus de construction des lieux de vie d'hier et d'aujourd'hui."--Publisher's description
DiversCités : les grands ensembles : Bourgogne et Chalon-sur-Saône( Book )

1 edition published in 2019 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Les grands ensembles en France. Genèse d'une politique publique by Gwenaëlle Le Goullon( Book )

1 edition published in 2014 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Construction, réhabilitation et destruction de logements sociaux à Montluçon (1948-1988) : quarante ans de politique publique vue à l'échelle locale by Christophe Urdician( )

1 edition published in 2021 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Shortages and unsanitary conditions characterized the French housing stock of 1939. The destruction caused by the Second World War and the demographic recovery following the conflict further accentuate this situation. To salve this serious housing crisis, « Ministère de la Reconstruction et de l'Urbanisme » (MRU-Ministry of Reconstruction and Town Planning,) mobilized during the 1950s, financial, land, legislative and technical resources unprecedented. How does this Ministry, created in 1944, manage to implement a real public housing policy? This thesis proposes to study the indispensable collaboration of the central and departmental services of the MRU with the different local actors (municipalities, municipal employees, inhabitants and companies). His approach by the local wants to nuance the idea of centralism and state leadership that seem at first sight to characterize this period. To answer this problem I chose to focus on the construction, rehabilitation and destruction of social housing in Montluçon from 1948 to 1988. This medium industrial town was bombed in June 1940 and especially in September 1943 but it is not declared « sinistrée » (disaster). A town is only declared « sinistrée » (to be affected disaster) when more than 30% of its housing stock has been destroyed or damaged. The need for popular housing in this city is however very important to accommodate the workforce of the many steel, mechanical, chemical, pneumatic or electrical enterprises. « Office Public d'Habitation à Loyer Modéré de Montluçon » (OPHLM - Social Housing office) built more than 3,800 dwellings between 1956 and 1975, mostly in « Grands ensembles» (Housing Estates). These constructions contribute to reducing the shortage of housing in the agglomeration. But at least some of these dwellings are being put into service at a time when the European economic context is deteriorating as a result of« Choc pétrolier de 1973 » (1973 Oil crisis). The crisis was all the earlier in Montluçon because the steel companies were in great difficulty during the sixties. At the end of the seventies, the city's HLM park no longer corresponds to the needs of the inhabitants. Vacant housing, degraded housing and social problems led the communist municipality to consider the rehabilitation and even the destruction of buildings even before the end of their depreciation. The conventions « Habitat Vie Sociale (HVS-Habitat social lite) », « Développement Social des Quartiers (DSQ- Social Development of Neighbourhoods ) »or« Banlieue 89 » (Suburb 89) accompany the local elected officiais in the mutation of the « Grand ensemble» (Housing estate) of Fontbouillant
 
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Alternative Names
Goullon, Gwenaëlle le 1977-

LeGoullon, Gwenaëlle 1977-

Languages
French (15)