Kit de réduction des déchets
Every day, 3000 tons of household waste are thrown into Parisian garbage trucks. In 2018, the 10th arrondissement's climate roadmap targeted 7 priority issues, one of which was entitled: "Towards Zero Waste". Romain wanted to accompany this city council in its waste reduction drive by creating a 360° awareness kit.
It guides agents who want to organize workshops with the inhabitants. The kit contains 3 stages of awareness: before, during and after the workshop. Initially, the idea is to help users change their consumption habits. During the workshop, they collectively imagine new consumption patterns in their neighborhood. Finally, they go home with a set of tools to change their habits in a sustainable way.
This project has been selected as part of Design L'Expo 2022 and will be exhibited at La Cale 2 Créateurs from 3 December 2022 to 26 February 2023.
"He has a committed approach and he embodies the militant attitude of the designer's profession."
"Romain worked in close collaboration with the actors of waste reduction in France and in Île-de-France. He has a committed approach and he embodies the militant attitude of the designer's profession. Romain's work is guided as much by this commitment as by real experimental research that promotes a caring pedagogy. He also strives to motivate users to adopt more sustainable practices in their daily lives." Anaïs Jacquard, Teaching Manager City Design Lab
2020-present: Work-study Master's degree in City Design at Vraiment Vraiment, Paris, France and at L'École de design Nantes Atlantique
March-August 2020: Internship at Samuel Accoceberry, Paris, France
2019-2020: Year off internship at Dinettes, Paris, France
2018-2019: Professional work-study degree in Materials and Modeling Design at Mobilier Carrier, Lauzun, France and L'École de design Nantes Atlantique
2017-2018: Product Designer at Mobilier Carrier, Lauzun, France
2017: Internship in carpentry (seats and prototyping), Liffol-le-Grand, France
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