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L’École de design at the 2018 Milan Design week

L’École de design at the 2018 Milan Design week

2 projects exhibited at the 2018 Milan Design Week

The 57th edition of the Milan Furniture Show will be held from April 17th to 22nd. This international not-to-be-missed event attracts more than 300 000 visitors coming from more than 160 countries in a week.

Le Salone Satellite asked the VIA (Valorisation de l’Innovation dans l’Ameublement) to select the best end of studies projects amongst French design schools so to be exhibited on "Le French Design" 48 m2 booth.

2 of our students’ end of studies projects will be exhibited, representing innovation at the Salone del Mobile between April 17th and 22nd. The projects will be exhibited at Salone Satellite, Hall 13/15 Booth S14 "Le French Design". The 2 designers who developed those projects will be happy to answer visitors’ questions on April 19th and 20th 2018.

Fruidge, Manon Le Coënt’s end of studies project

Intended for private households, Fruidge is a system for conserving fruit and vegetables that limits food waste. The high-tech unit lets you set the temperature/humidity and reduce the level of ethylene with 3 conservation programs suitable for different products. Fruidge shows you which fruit and vegetables to conserve depending on the season and which products to consume depending on their ripeness. A connected application completes the conservation module.

Manon Le Coënt graduated in 2017 after a MDes in Tangible UX Design.

Le Flo’w, Florentina Carrier’s end of studies project

The eco-concept Le Flo’w is based on multimodal transport and flexible workspaces. The 13-meter long river shuttle for workers meets the evolving needs of users with mobile co-working spaces to optimize commuter travel, rental workspaces for those with no physical office space, a modular seminar room for companies and relaxation and social areas.

Florentina Carrier graduated in 2017 from L’École de design after a MDes in Mutations of the Built Environment.