We are a design lab specialised in public and sustainable innovation, strategic design, scenario building, co-design with users and community centred approaches. We conduct field work, action-research, and training activities. We work both on the present and on the future(s), and both at local level and at meta level.

energy
Territoires en Résidences

How can we renovate the processes of action of public authorities, engage participation in public institutions and foster sustainable transition...

How can we renovate the processes of action of public authorities, engage participation in public institutions and foster sustainable transition...
City-Eco-Lab

Photo-stories developed with 6 families for the City-Eco-Lab exhibition in the 2008 Design Biennale to picture visitors how daily life could be in a more sustainable Saint-Etienne and engage towards... [read more]

Photo-stories developed with 6 families for the City-Eco-Lab exhibition in the 2008 Design Biennale to picture visitors how daily life could be in a more sustainable Saint-Etienne and engage towards... [read more]
Global Survey on Sustainable Lifestyles

3 scenarios of sustainable living presented through 9 solution story-boards discussed randomly in the online survey promoted by UNEP to beyond 8000 youths worldwide.

3 scenarios of sustainable living presented through 9 solution story-boards discussed randomly in the online survey promoted by UNEP to beyond 8000 youths worldwide.
Designing Household Energy Practices (DHEP)

Non-conference and hands-on workshop bringing together designers and academics working from different points of view on the question of cultural change of household practices in the daily use of energy.... [read more]

Non-conference and hands-on workshop bringing together designers and academics working from different points of view on the question of cultural change of household practices in the daily use of energy.... [read more]
ISEU users practices in energy using products

Co-design process with a group of families to define new domestic appliances able to induce a shift in household energy consumption practices.

Co-design process with a group of families to define new domestic appliances able to induce a shift in household energy consumption practices.
Sustainable Everydays Beaubourg

Installation at the D-Day exhibition in Beaubourg Contemporary Art Centre, France engaging visitors to interact between videos scenarios of sustainable ways of living on-site and the Sustainable Everyday Project (SEP)... [read more]

Installation at the D-Day exhibition in Beaubourg Contemporary Art Centre, France engaging visitors to interact between videos scenarios of sustainable ways of living on-site and the Sustainable Everyday Project (SEP)... [read more]
SEP Travelling Exhibition

Light 'in-luggage' exhibition set developed to promote the Sustainable Everyday Project activities in more than 10 events worldwide in New-Delhi, Bratislava, Florence, Eindhoven, Montréal, Allborg, Wuppertal, Tokyo, Saint-Etienne, Hammar, Genova,... [read more]

Light 'in-luggage' exhibition set developed to promote the Sustainable Everyday Project activities in more than 10 events worldwide in New-Delhi, Bratislava, Florence, Eindhoven, Montréal, Allborg, Wuppertal, Tokyo, Saint-Etienne, Hammar, Genova,... [read more]
Sustainable Everydays PASS

Exhibition venue at the PASS, Scientific and Social Adventure Park, Belgium challenging visitors with scenarios on new and more sustainable ways of living and engaging them to interact with a... [read more]

Exhibition venue at the PASS, Scientific and Social Adventure Park, Belgium challenging visitors with scenarios on new and more sustainable ways of living and engaging them to interact with a... [read more]
Sustainable Everydays Triennale

Major exhibition venue at the Triennale di Milano, Italy designed as a on-site user-research involving visitors to choose between different daily living solutions and compose progressively a sustainable scenario adapted... [read more]

Major exhibition venue at the Triennale di Milano, Italy designed as a on-site user-research involving visitors to choose between different daily living solutions and compose progressively a sustainable scenario adapted... [read more]