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La maison Barbe à Bessancourt (Val-d'Oise)

Abstract : Located at the foot of hills bordering the Seine river and in the heart of the village of Bessancourt in the Parisis region, the Barbe farmhouse was fully surveyed and measured before being pulled down in 2007. The study of the site has shown that a winegrower's house was transformed in the 20th century into a market gardener's house as a result of the use of urban sludge from Paris being spread on local agricultural soils. This is an instance of a winegrower's single-block house evolving into a house with an enclosed court.
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Submitted on : Thursday, June 3, 2021 - 9:55:50 AM
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Jean-Yves Dufour. La maison Barbe à Bessancourt (Val-d'Oise). L'architecture vernaculaire, Centre d'études et de recherches sur l'architecture vernaculaire, 2021, 44-45 (2020-2021). ⟨hal-03247425⟩

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