“Tomorrow we will all be farmers”
Didier Guillaume, the Minister for Agriculture, said: “Tomorrow we will have to rethink our social and food structures”. Jean-Philippe Cesbron is very conscious of this issue and designed his project, during his studies in Industrial Product within the International Class, as a local-scale consumption alternative.
Based on the revalorization of waste and the “regrowth of vegetables”, EOP is an educational tool. Its products use a capillary action watering system, a technique which has been used for over 4,000 years. Ideal for gardening novices, it means that plants need much less care as they drink up to 70% less water than with a traditional watering system. So, what’s the ultimate goal of EOP? Initiating community gardens in cities and creating a label used by restaurant owners.
This project is part of Design portfolio 2020, a selection of 36 projects from this year which bear witness to the talent, creativity and know-how developed by the students during their undergraduate studies.
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