Creative conscience 2020
Virginie Souffoy, a student in MDes Design and Innovation Management and Ophélie Moreau, a Brazil Studio graduate, have won the "highly recommended" award at the Creative conscience 2020 competition with their project "Forwards".
Innovation Campus Day
Aurane Wallaert, student in MDes Immersive UX at the Digital Design Lab, and her team - John Cowan (IAE), Noelle Alkhawaja (IAE), Tom Joussaume (IAE), Emma Charrier (FLCE), Sébastien Niel (IUT Nantes), Lucille Gueguen (Polytech Nantes) - hav won the Innovation Campus Day challenge, launched by Nantes Métropole, with their "Paradis Flottant" project on November 12th and 13th 2020.
Lacanau en jeu
Mathilde Liégeois, a student in MDes Design and Innovation Management, won the first prize of the children’s jury at the "Lacanau en jeu" designer contest with her board game "Catchi" on February 2020.
The engineering and design students of Oniris and L’École de design Nantes Atlantique have won the gold medal at the 1st Ecotrophelia prize with their project "Les Crocs’ Magnons". Clarice Noloy, Marion Rebert, Solène Paper, Julien Magdelenat, Quentin Carderot and Octavio Castello will represent France at the Ecotrophelia Europe competition.
Aluminum Extrusion Design Competition
A team of four students from L’École de design Nantes Atlantique’s Studio Montréal have won the 2nd prize for their "HAUL" cargo bike. Paul Poirier, Bastien Adam, Malo Sahores, and Clément Moinardeau will all share the $4,000 scholarship award. Their HAUL project focused on helping the City of Montreal to reduce traffic congestion and pollution. The team developed a cargo bike with modular crates to optimize the work of delivery people “for the last kilometer delivery”. The use of extruded aluminum forms the base of the bike and boxes filled with parcels rest on the base. The system allows quick loading and unloading from small parcels to larger packages. "The extrusion designs facilitate easy handling of various sized crates and packages,” said competition judge Joe Benedyk. “And, by replacing delivery trucks, the design offers a solution to pollution.”
Accor Design Awards
The students of L’École de design Nantes Atlantique have won the 1st and 3rd prizes at the Accor Design Awards! For its 4th edition, this international competition brought together 96 participants from 11 design schools. The subject: reinterpreting the sleeping cars of the mythical Orient Express train. Julia Wisniewski, Melvin Bossis and Sixtine PUTHOD, all 3 MDes students at Le Studio Montréal, won 1st place! Their concept, "Hidden-Unveiled", retains all the authenticity of the Orient Express of the 1900-1950s, while modernizing it with Art Deco inspiration. Tristan Fontaine, Léa Cotto, Marie Guilbaud and Clara Gilanton, all in BDes Interior Design, were also on the podium, in 3rd place! Their concept is that of a modern curiosity cabinet that creates a unique experience.
Bati Journal TV
Emeline Rouxel and Anaïs Brune, both students in BDes Scenography, have won the contest organized by Bati Journal TV. The brief was to create a TV studio scenography. The project is currently realized by students from l’École Supérieure du Bois.