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Newater Delhi

Marie Etlin

The project seeks to recycle waste water from buildings using micro-algae and thus provide access to drinking water and produce energy from organic matter. Cellular trays are installed on a bamboo structure which thermally insulates the building.

Mélong

Guillaume Allemon, Camille Boulestin

A connected object that helps you disconnect and encourages regular trips between the workspace and relaxation area.

The cigarettes are presented in a tobacco carrousel, creating a sleek and pared-down space

Tomorrow’s tobacconist

Florentina Carrier, Qingyuan Lyu et Juliette Mary

Presentation of the "Le récréatif" project to provide a new consumer experience for customers and new ways of working for tobacconists.

Vertigo

Alice Le Mouël

This reinterpretation shows that there has been a shift in the vision that we have of space and paves the way for urban design.

Squamat

Alexandre Larnac

With global warming, mountain resorts are going to have to diversify the activities on offer. Squamat, inspired by the movement of reptiles, is intended to provide new thrilling sensations without snow.

Belinda - Potions d’orties

Noëllie Perrusset

Belinda is a mobile facility for promoting the consumption of nettles and its virtues in the form of fruit and vegetables cocktails. The medieval atmosphere used for marketing purposes reflects the history of the plant.

Cétonapp

Marie Seban

Cétonapp provides practical help when preparing meals for epileptic children. After registering on the application and entering the child’s personal medical details, the application immediately suggests a choice of appropriate recipes.

La cloche essentielle

Louise Tesson

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.

Ange et l’arbre des donneurs

Daphnée Belleil

“Ange” aims to increase the number of transplants available for saving patients for whom a transplant is the last hope of recovery. It also aims to simplify the decision of loved ones about organ donation.