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To achieve this card, we each chose to make a thematic layer. Guillaume Bruttin analyzed traffic, Benjamin Gay greenery and water points, Gaétan … Read More
To achieve this card, we each chose to make a thematic layer. Guillaume Bruttin analyzed traffic, Benjamin Gay greenery and water points, Gaétan Simili the public, semi-private and private. He also included two future projects that are the CEVA and the new beach. For my part, I analyzed the evolution of the neighborhood built since its merger with the city of Geneva in 1931 to the present. We then assembled all these layers to form a single map. We subsequently contrasted these layers two by two in order to understand and draw conclusions about the neighborhood. Read Less
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Analysis Eaux-Vives,
Method Nolli
During the second semester of first year, we formed a group with Guillaume Bruttin, Benjamin Gay, Gaétan Simili and myself to study the Eaux-Vives, located on the left bank of the city of Geneva (Switzerland).
This analysis was performed using the method established by the famous architect and cartogrpahe Giambatista Nolli when he established his map of Rome in 1748.

This work allows us to release a plan guide to perform an ephemeral project at Eaux-Vives.