Les rives lacustres comme espaces publics : essai de cartographie. L’exemple du lac d’Annecy

Abstract : As outdoor activities develop, public spaces are transformed and extend beyond cities, blurring the limits between public and private spaces. This paper relies on a case study of the Annecy Lake (Haute-Savoie, France) and analyzes public space at the crossroads between private property and concrete access. Mapping both sets of data, we observe a relative disconnection between property and access, along with a mutual encroachment between public and private spaces. Contrary to dominant discourses about the privatization of public spaces, this research reveals certain cases of private spaces being rendered public.
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Alice Nikolli. Les rives lacustres comme espaces publics : essai de cartographie. L’exemple du lac d’Annecy. M@ppemonde, Maison de la géographie, 2018, http://mappemonde.mgm.fr/123as2/. ⟨hal-01753128⟩

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