Eco-comfortable experience by LISAA at the We Love Green festival
Three projects by students in the Interior Architecture and Design department at LISAA Paris have won awards at the 2016 We Love Green eco-design competition. They will be made to scale and available at the famous music festival to the west of Paris.
THREE AWARD-WINNING PROJECTS
Three projects by students in the Interior Architecture and Design department at LISAA Paris were selected to be constructed and made available to the public during the We Love Green music festival.
- The Waltz by Xavier Giraud and Mohamed Doghmane
- The Deckchair by Morgane Tubiana
- We sound by Léa Baptiste and ClaireMoindrot-Robin
THE “DECKCHAIR” PROJECT
Morgane Tubiana took her inspiration from a traditional tepee, which also features as the festival’s logo. As such she imagined a deckchair with a vented design that resembles a hammock – perfect for relaxing with friends.
She chose to use modern materials and bright colours in order to move away from artisanal and traditional Inuit production. The materials used are vinyl (waterproof, stretchable and particularly good for reflecting light), a rope in polypropylene (light, no odour, very resistant and pleasant to the touch) and wooden brackets for the structure.
To galvanize all of this, Morgane chose turquoise and pale blue as colours to reflect nature and summer, and bright red to bring a rock and roll element to the deckchair.
ECO-DESIGN IN THE SPOTLIGHT
Every year, We Love Green takes on young architects and designers for the organisation of the stage space at the festival and in its eco-design planning. As a result, design students were invited to design the stage design for the 2016 festival: freestanding installations, lodges, signs and other decorative recycled-recyclable objects.
This work was accompanied by the We Love Green stage design team and members of the creative judging panel: Arne Quinze; Stéphane Rozenbaum, head decorator and César award winner of best decor for Michel Gondry’s Mood Indigo; Alexis Tricoire, plant artist; 1024 Architecture, designers of visionary and temporary installations; Romuald Stivine, co-founder of Mr L’agent.