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Visionary, the Malraux Act passed 4 August 1962 allowing conservation of historic districts. Nearly twenty years after the Second World War, the heritage needed to be cleaned, restored and redeveloped.
Le Marais, which covers 126 hectares, had the first Conservation and Enhancement Plan. The exhibition aims to highlight the personalities of yesterday and today who since André Malraux, have contributed to the architecture and heritage Marais innovative momentum.
What were the most significant conservation and renovation in the area? What can be the balance of trade between the conservation of historic monuments and the economic, social and cultural life of the neighborhood? What is the vision of its inhabitants at the time of the second Safeguard Plan and Development of the Marais voted in December 2013?
Thanks to the contribution of recent research and unpublished documents, this exhibition will inform the policy of the architecture and heritage at work for 50 years in an exceptional Parisian neighborhood. Multisensory, multidimensional journey will like a kaleidoscope of colors, images and perceptions. Designers, photographers, filmmakers, historians, amateurs and Marais inhabitants will be the revealing, helping to radiate etl'attractivité development potential of an area that is home, in his heart the Carnavalet Museum.