CONSTRUCTION PROCESS AND SPATIAL FEATURE OF A MODERN ROAD BUILT WITH ROAD LINE SYSTEM IN THE OLD CITY OF FEZ

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  • フェスの旧市街における街路線制度を用いた近代型道路の形成過程と空間的特質について
  • フェス ノ キュウ シガイ ニ オケル ガイロセン セイド オ モチイタ キンダイガタ ドウロ ノ ケイセイ カテイ ト クウカンテキ トクシツ ニ ツイテ

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As an example of "inevitable" modernization of historic city, this paper considers the construction process and spatial feature of a modern road built with road line system in the old city of Fez, Morocco. The road line system in Morocco called "arrete d'alignement" was originally imported from France in the age of protectorate, and today it has been applied even to the old city as an operational tool of urban regeneration. However, in exchange for convenience of motorization, the road can cause degradation of the traditional urban fabric. Through the examination of physical plan and the field survey, we made it clear that ; 1. The facade of the modern road built with arrete d'alignement is uneven and rough, because of the traditional form of land and lot. 2. Even though repair or conversion works are necessary, the various ways of making facade and utilization of the uneven space should be referred in the future preservation.

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