عنوان مقاله [English]
نویسنده [English]چکیده [English]
Urban landscape regeneration in historic tissues is an interdisciplinary field that simultaneously requires the knowledge of landscape, urban design, and urban restoration. In this regard, landscape science tries to seek practical answers to landscape design issues with a functional focus on identity. Moreover, one of the most important underlying issues in urban restoration is identifying the boundary of urban tissues and historic sites. This matter is one of the most complex issues in the field of urban studies and urban planning. Ambiguity in defining a country’s wealth and cultural heritage, in which historical tissue is the most significant, can provoke the complexity of the situations. When this historic realm is neglected, the critics and advocators of historical tissues begin to question the organization project and investigate whether it will be beneficial in the future or not.On the one hand, factors such as dynamism, vitality, tourist attractions, and on the other hand social communication, the structure and historical landscape of the region, and on the other hand, social interactions, historical structure and landscape of the site as well as contextualism and identity are significant issues that have to be analyzed meticulously. Centre Georges Pompidou in Paris is an example of landscape and urban restoration which has been approved by many experts and critics as a successful project. Therefore, this building and its neighborhood is chosen and analyzed in this paper according to the study goal. Relying on scientific evidence and disregarding prejudice to history, this research tries to clarify that the project’s location was selected unwisely for this type of architecture and it has led to an incompatible landscape that has disfigured the reading of urban historic tissues. Moreover, this article will review and criticize explicitly the approaches that approve or reject the confinement of historic tissues. The research was conducted based on field studies, documentations, interviews and questionnaires.