Haussmann & Modernity's Impression of Paris
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In this article, the writer discusses that in the mid-19th century, Paris was renovated beyond recognition by Haussmann as prefect, with half the medieval city removed along with the city's long established slums. This paper refers to the conception of Paris that is actually a glimpse of a Recent Paris, theoretical material from urban design, art, cultural studies and Walter Benjamin.
From the Paper:"Parisian urban development before the systematic planning of Georges-Eugene Haussmann (1809-1891) did not involve what we today understand to be Paris, his contribution immense to a transformed environment and Parisian culture altered by the arrival of street lighting in the 1820s, public transportation and larger numbers of people living in the city in different ways. What has been called the Haussmanization of Paris has had a tenacious influence over foreigners' notions of Paris too, of the character of its residents, all matters of aesthetics and sensuality, a reconstructed Paris remaining a popular mirage in its ..."
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