Porte d’Orléans

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Winning team: Nouvelles Connexions Urbaines
Team members:
Christina Curry, Caleigh Hardecker, Golbon Jazbani, Anushka Maqbool, Sarah Suchmann, Claudia Yanez - New York University
Caroline Adamy, Thibault Goessel - Mines Paris - PSL
Gabriel Renault - Ecole Normale Supérieure (ENS) – PSL & Université Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne
Maxime Renault - Mines Paris PSL & Ecole Nationale Supérieure d’Architecture Paris-Malaquais
Thibaud Schlesinger - Ecole Normale Superieure (ENS) – PSL & Sciences Po Paris

Faculty advisors: 

Emmanuèle Cunningham Sabot - Professor of Urban & Regional Studies, Ecole Normale Supérieure 

David Holzman - Adjunct Professor, NYU Tandon School of Engineering

Alice Reznickova  - Industry Assistant Professor, Director of Sustainable Urban Environment, NYU Tandon School of Engineering


The main concept of ​the proposal is the idea of ​​connection: physical, social but also symbolic connections. The team emphasizes the strengths and assets of the neighbourhood, bringing all the elements together to create a more livable and connected space. To create a new and revived Porte d’Orléans the project focuses on the restructuring of the central axis; cross-connectivity; contemporary uses. 

Nouvelles Connexions Urbaines strengthen the link between green spaces, by creating pleasant walks crossing the site, widen the cycle lanes and increasing accessibility to infrastructure. In addition, various community spaces and services are proposed such as farmers markets, to enhance the community feeling and experience.

Key components

  • Two local farmers markets are proposed in the area. These will serve as community gathering places and local trading centres. To help divert waste from landfills, composting dumpsites will be included in the markets. 

  • Implement a service station for sustainable transport hosting bicycle parking and a shared bicycle station.

  • Create pleasant walks  "Path of freshness" through the Cimetière de Montrouge and decorate walkways with greenery and shade to protect pedestrians from the heat.

  • The partially abandoned building, Galerie Marchande Le Square, will benefit from revitalization, by welcoming entrepreneurial and commercial structures, and coworking spaces, which will encourage community engagement.

  • Improve the connection of affordable housing units with the surroundings and create a new centrality to the east of the site. Place Ambroise Croizat, for instance, will become a meeting area with lots of greenery and vibrant activities.

Find more information about the project here.

Presentation of the site

The Porte d´Orléans district is located south of the 14th arrondissement on the border with the city of Montrouge and close to the ring road. This district is served by many public transport services. However, the spaces around the Porte d´Orléans are hostile and there are high levels of car traffic. This is attributed to fact that the área provides a connection to the motorway to leave Paris.

The area is a socially mixed and divided district with significant differences in income levels. A tram line runs through the neighbourhood, with different types of housing on either side. On one side is social housing (HBM) up to the Porte de Vanves and the Quartier Montsouris, on the other, less densely populated streets.

These issues coupled with a lack of retail, basic services and public amenities and facilities means the district faces economic, social and environmental issues. These must be resolved in an integrated way to develop a more peaceful, mixed, inclusive and dynamic district. The principles of the 15-minute city may help address this.

Approx. site area
60 hectares around the Porte d'Orléans on a 15-minute walk scale. This leads approximately to the town of Montrouge to the south, to the entrance to the inner ring and to the Prise d’Avennes school to the north and to the Jean Moulin and Jourdan-Montsouris tram stations.

Demographics
 

The population is mixed with very disparate income levels - rather high-income households in the north (near Alésia) and lower-income households in the south (near the Porte de Montrouge).


TEDxCountdown talk of the winning team




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Présentation du site



Le quartier de la Porte d’Orléans est situé au sud du 14ème arrondissement à la frontière avec la ville de Montrouge et proche du boulevard périphérique. Ce quartier est desservi par de nombreux transports en commun et délimité par le tramway avec deux typologies d’habitat de part et d’autre : d’un côté les logements sociaux (HBM) jusqu’à la porte de Vanves et le Quartier Montsouris, de l’autre des rues moins densément peuplées (villas, immeubles moins hauts…). Le tout constitue un quartier socialement mixte mais divisé.

Le quartier fait face à des problématiques économiques, sociales et environnementales qu’il s’agit de résoudre dans une approche intégrée pour en faire un quartier apaisé, mixte, inclusif et dynamique -  un quartier de la
Ville du quart d’heure. En effet, le quartier est aujourd’hui pénalisé par un manque de commerces, de services de proximité et de services publics. Le tissu associatif est présent mais doit être dynamisé.

Les espaces autour de la Porte d’Orléans manquent de convivialité et la circulation automobile est très présente, puisque cet axe est extrêmement emprunté par les automobilistes pour sortir de Paris et rejoindre l’autoroute.

Surface approximative du site
Le site s’étend sur environ 60 hectares autour de la Porte d’Orléans à l’échelle de 15min à pied. Cela conduit approximativement à la ville de Montrouge au sud, à l’entrée de la petite ceinture et à l’école Prise d’Avennes au  Nord et aux stations de tramway Jean Moulin et Jourdan-Montsouris.


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Jury Composition / Composition du jury

Carine Petit, Maire du 14eme arrondissement de Paris
Didier Antonelli, Adjoint à la Maire du 14eme arrondissement de Paris
Marie-Chrsitine Lemardeley, adjointe à la Maire de Paris en charge de l'enseignement supérieur, de la recherche et de la vie étudiante
Carine Rolland, Adjointe à la Maire de Paris en charge de la Culture et de la ville du quart d'heure
Hélène Chartier, Head Zero Carbon Development C40
Carlos Moreno, Professeur associé et Directeur scientifique de la Chaire ETI - IAE Paris -Sorbonne
Yann Françoise, Agence d’écologie urbaine, Ville de Pris
Paul Baroin, APUR
Alexandre Labasse, Directeur du Pavillon de lArsenal
2 représentants du quartier (en cours d'identification)
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