Une Cité Industrielle by Tony Garnier
& collect
Tony Garnier designed the plans of an ideal city during his stay at the Villa Médicis from 1899 to 1904. Published in 1917, it is a milestone in the 20th century history of architecture and urban planning. Tony Garnier was rebuked many times by the French Academy for not dedicating his full energy to his research project “Tusculum” on the reconstitution of a Roman city. He dedicated himself instead to avant-garde ideas, by working on his modern city project, designed for about 35.000 inhabitants.

Technical innovations, especially Anatole de Baudot’s work with reinforced concrete, were incorporated into the architectural specifications. Tony Garnier located it in the Saint-Etienne area which was heavily industrialized at the beginning of the 20th century. Going against urban conceptions of his time, the architect developed the zoning concept, dividing the city into four main functions: work, housing, health, leisure. The city is located on a rocky headland, the industrial area being clearly separated from it and located down the headland, at the confluence of a river. Four main principles emerge: functionalism, space, greenery, and sunshine exposure.
share Une Cité Industrielle by Tony Garnier
penccil.com/gallery.php?show=10959
  Inspirations.  
The gilded castle
The Heavy Palace
Reactive Space
Calatrava : Sculptures
PIXelated Cube
CAMOUFLAGE ARCHITECTURE
The Venice Pavillon
Collaborative City Planning
Structures
Dreaming of Skyscrapers
Who made this chair????
Alessandro Mendini 1931-2019
Terror Architecture -18th Century Prisons
Kunio Makaewa
Pieter Bruegel
Digital Biology
Future City - Fashion, Food, Transport
Architecture
The loft bar
Mechanical Suprematist
Immersive sketch
City garden I: 'Garden of Hope'
Charles Tassin
penccil: This was 2017
serpentine 2017
BS1
BKM/Barozzi/Veiga
Fallingwater
Green Architecture…. Is it blessing or curse!!
Library
Vico Magistretti
Franz Kline
Lattice
Kenzo Tange
The Menu
Organic Public
Design for Disaster
Shared Space
Books of Memory: Gianpaolo Pagni
Memphis Posters
also:
“I perhaps owe it to flowers that I became a painter.”
Jean Lurçat
Sky Walk
Pillars
Microscopes of utopia
Brazil Modernism
Carlo Scarpa: Sketch and Work
Peter Zumthor: Thinking Architecture
The Bauhaus Revolution
In Orbit
Tom Ngo
Future Architecture
Superstudio, Superproduction, Superconsumption
Heartbeat, Heartseat
Swarm fabrication: Kokkugia / Roland Snooks
Spatial Clusters
Eric Giraudet de Boudemange
HOKUSAI X MANGA
The Glass House
Francois Morellet 1926 - 2016
Design & Politics
20th Century Italian Tables
Xavier Antin: Printing at Home
Julius Shulman: Visual Drama
Robert Slezak
Bird´s Nest
Mimicry and Makeshift
Colliding Worlds
Jean-Jaques Lequeu
Rayan Ayash
Jorge Zalszupin and L'Atelier
Amor Vacui
Áron Jancsó
Archispecture
Carreaux
Small Buildings
The end of history - La fin de l´histoire
Tamara
Royère
Bring the outside in: The houses of Joseph Eichler
Harrison and Abramovitz
Man. Kiki. Lee.
Conformity
Manufactured Landscapes
Alain Georges Frank Jacquet
Sketching: Bellini, Castiglioni, Colombo, Mari, Magistretti, Munari, Ponti, Sottsass
Pierre Besson
A+A Cooren
Weaving spaces
Still Life Monkeys