Sandra Mallet

Sandra Mallet est maître de conférences en urbanisme et aménagement à l’université de Reims Champagne-Ardenne, laboratoire EA2076 Habiter et IATEUR. Elle mène des recherches sur l’organisation temporelle des territoires et sur la prise en compte des temporalités par les politiques urbaines et dans les projets urbains.

Les rythmes de la production urbaine au prisme de l’accélération sociale. Peer review

Sandra Mallet | 07.02.2020

The idea of an advanced social acceleration dominates in contemporary SHS writings. However, the links between this acceleration and the modalities of urban space production are still poorly explored. This article is based on the assumption that the acceleration of societies is linked to several aspects of urban production. Two elements are developed in this text. On the one hand, the evolution of social rhythms leads the actors of the urban fabric to consider the question of urban rhythms. [...]

Aménager les rythmes : politiques temporelles et urbanisme. Peer review

Sandra Mallet | 15.04.2013

What do time-oriented policies and time offices bring to urban planning ? Introduced in France in the late 1990s, the originality and interest of their actions lie on their choice to integrate the plurality of urban rhythms in planning. The consideration of this plurality takes three directions : the multiplicity of social time, the polychrony of the places and the sequential versatility of spaces. However, time-oriented policies lack resources and recognition. In this way, their actions lack global scopes. [...]