Gaëtan Guillaumin got involved in survivalism for the final project of his industrial design Bachelor’s degree. He came up with a tool adapted to survival in the wilderness: the knife.
3rd year Product Design students
3rd year Product Design bachelor students designed a chocolate that doesn’t come with a message in a card but is itself the message.
A steam cooking kit that naturally flavours food for people who watch what they eat, La Cloche Essentielle means you can wave goodbye to flavour enhancers. People following a slimming or therapeutic diet can rediscover the pleasure of eating.
Take me away is a portable tea-making machine which conserves the health benefits of tea, ensuring the user’s well-being all day long. Economical and easy to use, the machine is programmable and controls all the factors needed to prepare the perfect cup .
Justine Suteau, Louise Robert, Pauline Bernard, Julie Bigot
105° brings together everything you need for a meeting.
Perrine Bader, Clément Lemière, Aurélia Maurin, Pauline Jouitteau
The smart family calendar. Situated at the heart of your home, WOODY could soon become indispensable for every family.
Elise Huneau, Célia Ferrer, Pauline Dilosquer, Amélie Galcera
Deltamorphose unfolds according to the intensity of the noise thus revealing its faceted and insulating fabric.
Claire Dugast, Arthur Godet, Neha Hassanbay, Morgane Thomas
Ulexit – a connected piece of furniture. It’s a household lamp which lets you capture and direct natural daylight and use the stored energy at night.