“Soon the relationship with water became the way to trace the history of the evolution of the city. It is by comparing the evolution of its port practices with the progressive transformations of its territory according to the regimes and policies adopted, that we take the measure of the magnitude of scales changes that the city has suffered. “
禹跡图 Carte des pistes de Yu . Red ink rubbing from stone tablet, Hanging scroll, 84x80cm National library of China collection.
Research, Cartography, Urbanism
L'atlas des villes, under the direction of Jean Attali, ENSA Paris-Malaquais