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Student projects

Lichen Air Sensors

Aditya Joshi

Measuring air quality using lichen. Aditya Joshi’s end of studies project is selected for Design L’Expo 2019.

La qualité de l’air dans les écoles

Laura Martin

Breathing more easily at school. Laura Martin’s end of studies project is selected for Design L’Expo 2019.

Sonotown

Lucille Avice

Rediscovering the urban soundscape. Lucille Avice’s end of studies project is exhibited during Design L’Expo 2018 at La Cale 2 Créateurs in Nantes from November 24th 2018 to January 23rd 2019.

My City.

Paul Ramiara

Showcasing citizen involvement to accompany urban transformations. Paul Ramiara’s end of studies project is exhibited during Design L’Expo 2018 at La Cale 2 Créateurs in Nantes from November 24th 2018 to January 23rd 2019.

Elise Lecuyer’s end of studies project is exhibited at Design L’Expo 2017. A project focused on Initiating personal reconstruction in migrants through the appropriation of transitional housing.

BAYTI

Élise Lecuyer

Elise Lecuyer’s end of studies project is exhibited at Design L’Expo 2017. A project focused on Initiating personal reconstruction in migrants through the appropriation of transitional housing.

The students have spotted the main usage points of the town center.

Revitalizing Le Boupère (Vendée)

Sarah CORCHIA, Valentin SENDRIER, Philippine MAHÉ, Margaux LEGAL, Romane BODY and Charline HAVART, 1st year students in MDes Mutations of the Built Environment

A forward-looking project to formalize the needs expressed by residents (in workshops) regarding urban regeneration and new possible uses of Le Boupère town center (Vendée, France) in partnership with the municipality and urban planning departments.

Flexible public space

Eco

Juliette Mary

Giving expression to citizens’ contribution to building sustainable cities. Juliette Mary’s end of studies project is exhibited at Design L’Expo 2017.

Skope : l’horloge intelligente

Alexandra Abidji

Skope lets you materialise your energy consumption and helps change behaviour to reduce your ecological footprint. The smart clock centralises all the data regarding consumption and domestic pollution.

Habitat PopUp

Géraldine Kerboëthau

Urban densification means our habitat has to adapt to changing lifestyles. The timber-framed PopUp Habitat reconsiders the uses and functions of housing and offers users a modular living space. Each module is reversible and customizable.