Housing, dining

Home interiors reflect the changes that have occurred in recent decades in society.

New technologies, new codes, and new practices have emerged.
 

Generally people are now aware of the value of energy, materials and water, and so the domestic space is entirely organized around these flows.

The most recent buildings are now criss-crossed by technical conduits that serve as a structure and collect and sort waste, heat homes, supply water and electricity, and finally evacuate and recycle wastewater.
 
 
In many cases, these functional columns are deployed in all apartments and considerably reduce the losses caused by individual energy management. Other devices focus on measuring and improving the air quality. Distributed throughout the building, they collect data that is centralized in order to make adjustments in real time.

The widespread use of digital technologies has made lots of the equipment developed at the beginning of the century obsolete. It has now been replaced by a minimalist voice-controlled central computer.


Produce is sold loose and waste is predominantly organic. A bin with wheels, made available to residents, makes transporting waste to the nearest collection point easy, thus helping to do away with the use of garbage bags.

Produce is sold loose and waste is predominantly organic. A bin with wheels, made available to residents, makes transporting waste to the nearest collection point easy, thus helping to do away with the use of garbage bags.



New objects for housing and dining

​New objects for housing and dining