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Design and connected environments 06/05/2014 Information and communication technologies have led to notions which have transformed our relationship with cities and put design at the heart of societal, cultural and economic issues associated...
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External admissions: the new designers joining the Master’s program are a smart bunch 01/27/2014 Last November, new designers joined the Master’s program for 2 years of full-time study on one of the specialized courses of study.
Discovering Russian design 01/06/2014 Invited for the Green Project festival 2013 in Moscow, organized by the Russian Association of Architects and the Russian publisher ARD, specialized in architecture and construction.
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Research: new premises for the Design Labs in the heart of l’Ile de Nantes 11/19/2013 READi, New Eating Habits and Sustainable Cities Design Labs move into the premises of the Regional Platform for Innovation (PRI) Design’in Pays de la Loire in September 2013.
Conferences on Socially Sustainable Design 01/04/2013 The annual ABX conference was held November 14-16 in Boston. Florent Orsoni, Director of the Sustainable Cities Laboratory, gave two conferences on the topic of socially sustainable design.
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Sustainable cities: imagining “Nantes 2030!” 10/19/2012 How do YOU imagine the city in 2030? Here is the feedback on a project carried out by students from the Mutations of the Built Environment program.
Workshop: Accessibility and design for all on Reunion Island 09/12/2012 Afterthoughts on the implementation of an “accessibility” workshop at the Sustainable City Center of Design and Innovation alongside the Reunion Island CAUE.
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Sustainable Cities: Driving urban change through design 09/12/2012 Introduction by F. Orsoni from the Sustainable Cities Center of Design and Innovation launched in March 2012.
The ideal street
Sustainable City: Inventing the ideal street 09/12/2012 Students enrolled in the Mutations of the Built Environment program are paving the way to the ideal street – both accessible and user-friendly.
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