L’histoire de l’architecture regorge de projet utopiste qui permettrait de créer la société parfaite. Comment ces projets ont-ils été imaginé, schématisé?
“ Indeed it would be a truism to say that all utopias are, of necessity, diagrammatic. The various spatial relations that embody the ideal society have often been literally described in this way: the “plan” of Sforzinda is less a plan, in the sense of an ideal city plan, than a diagram…. And, as the late Louis Marin has demonstrated, the complex organization of Thomas More’s Utopia is revealed most clearly in the diagram, as if it was initially conceived as such. “ –Anthony Vilder
Garden City, Ebenezer Howard
No-stop city, Archizoom Associati
Utopia, Thomas Moore
La ville pour 3 millions d’habitants, Le Corbusier