Certain items are particularly difficult to source during the pandemic and some remote areas are struggling to secure essential supplies. Hygie is a solution to distribute an essentials' kit to remote communities, including masks, hydralcoholic gels and desinfectant as well as an informative newsletter via drone-delivery.
Philippine de Geyer has always had a passion for drawing, taking pictures and arts. He joined L’École de design Nantes Atlantique to study Interior Design. As part of his studies, he worked on different projects including luxury hotel rooms, restaurants and rehabilitation of old city spaces and realised he enjoyed working on hotels, retail spaces and schools the most. Philippine`s project on paediatric emergencies, led him to question the long wait`s and how design can be employed to improve the medical field.more
Thomas Chilin is in his first year of Master`s in Urban Design at L'Ecole de Design Nantes Atlantique after completing his Bacelor`s in Transportation Design from the same. He came to Nantes from Guadeloupe (Caribbean) after completing his high school education in Applied Arts. Thomas hopes to maintain strong links with his origins and bring back his knowledge to develop his island. He is passionate about photography, sketching and illustrations.more
Marion Dallibert started her my academic life with medical studies but chose to move to design to fulfil her urge to create. Intrigued by Scenography, she wants to create immersive spaces, a time capsule where people can experience alternate forms of reality. Studying at L’École de design Nantes Atlantique gave Marion the opportunity to work and learn among professionals from various field. her bachelor project, “Regard sur ville”, encourages people to rediscover the architectural heritage of their town and also questions how people spend time in their own city. Inspired completed by the atmosphere of Jules Verne’s book, “Twenty Thousand Leagues under the Sea”, the graphics and installations quite closely resembel Jules Vernes`s house.more
Stanley Piffard is a Masters student at L'École de design Nantes Atlantique, with a bachelors degree in Transportation Design. Through his journey at school, the gained knowledge has changed his perspective of design. Strongly interested in motor sports, Stanley is fascinated by how far technology has evolved cars and this passion continues to serve as inspiration for him and his work.more
Although from a scientific background, Kilian Cornillon was tempted by the creative path and decided to combine his two interest and enter the field of design. He joined the Product and Industrial Design programme at L’École de design Nantes Atlantique enabling him to learn about engineering concepts and project management. Studying at the Care Design Lab at the University, Kilian wants to design objects that assit people with neurodegenerative disease. As part of his studies he completed multiple internships around France and abroad.more