Marc Armengaud is a philosopher and critic. Associate and visiting professor at schools of architecture in Paris and Copenhagen. He writes for the magazine D’A, D’Architectures. He has directed a number of interdisciplinary studies and curatorial works on new forms of public space, temporary communities and nighttime mobilities for the French Ministry of Culture and other institutions. Curator of the Dieppe Biennale, on the relations between art, architecture and landscape.
This book shows how night redefines the framework of thought and action in the realm of the imaginary, of territorial planning and of the practice of landscape, the aim being to arrive at a contemporary urbanism based on perceptual experience.
The book is structured in three parts: the...