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The 10 young designers selected for the Sustainable Design Prize

The 10 young designers selected for the Sustainable Design Prize

In 2010, in partnership with the magazine Néoplanète, Coca-Cola France has organized the Prize for Sustainable Design. Open to students and young professionals under the age of 30, this competition aims to educate consumers about the importance of recycling and recycling packaging. Objective for the participants: to create a useful, original and innovative object from consumer products. Discovery of the ten projects pre-selected for this 6th edition.

The POTE project (That)

Sustainable Design Prize Designed by two young designers Manon Benoist and Émilie Marty, (Ça) D'POTE is a crusher for people living in urban areas. Located in the kitchen, it collects organic waste (peelings, coffee grounds, etc.). The composter located in strategic places in the city collects the waste collected by the citizens. The compost produced can then be collected by everyone.

The Eden project

Sustainable Design Prize Imagined by Arnaud Della Negra, young designer, founder and director of the Negra Studio design workshop in Paris, Eden is an outdoor shower in a 100% durable kit that adapts to any type of garden or terrace (less than 1m² of surface). Easy to use, it has a capacity of 35 liters which allows it to be used by the whole family.

The Cubelux project

Sustainable Design Award Imagined by the 27-year-old young designer from Bordeaux, Jean Ballu, currently a designer of luxury furniture at Art Concept, Cubelux defines itself both as a seat and as a light. This light cube has a shell made from PET plastic bottles and recycled aluminum. Its external structure is made up of eighty revalued bottles which have undergone, using a mold, a deformation to give them a homogeneous shape.

The urban composter project

Sustainable Design Prize The primary goal of Camille Bisson, a young designer, 25 years old, is to integrate composting into the everyday urban environment. Each installation contains two drums. One used by city dwellers to store their waste, the other containing self-service ready-to-use compost. User advice is available to everyone in order to make citizens responsible for the maintenance of the compost.

The Nelumbo project

Sustainable Design Prize Imagined by two students from the ENSP (Ecole Nationale Supérieure du Paysage), Alexa Cavellec and Laure Clermontonnierre, Nelumbo is a simple rainwater recovery system to be installed on all balconies, large or small, covered or not. This allows users who cannot install a buried tank system and / or connected to the gutter to make a small eco-responsible gesture.

The Write Again project

Prize for Sustainable Design Imagined by a student in the 3rd year of a Master in Product Design at the Nantes Atlantic School of Design named Elaura Couton, Write Again is a project which aims to allow the reuse of pencil sharpeners in their giving a second life. The pencil sharpener thus makes it possible to recreate another pencil, thanks to the wood shavings of the first.

The OKI project

Sustainable Design Prize Holder of a Masters in industrial design from the University of Evry, Florian Jarrot, a young Parisian designer of 25, imagined Oki, a portable, economical and environmentally friendly ramp. It thus makes it possible to respond to the problem of small markets for people with disabilities or reduced mobility.

The Leather Good project

Prix ​​du Design Durable Leather Good is a project imagined by Lauren Guinaudeau, a 25-year-old student, in her first year of product design at MJM Graphic Design in Paris. It is actually a design project for table objects made from two methods: the reprocessing of citrus skins and the reprocessing of the fruit flesh to make a "package". The idea: to exploit the potential of fruits and their skins whose qualities are unsuspected, with for example a juice capsule made of fruit leather or a straw that scents the water.

The Greenstation project

Sustainable Design Prize Finally, holder of a professional EcoDesign license, Marie, a young designer of 27 years old, imagined a small station intended for public places (public gardens, squares, public transport stops, etc.). Named Greenstation, it has an energy generator that works when users pedal and thus allows recharging of electronic devices such as cellphones or computers for example. Its green part aims to bring a touch of nature to city spaces.