New local services in rural areas with La Poste
Faced with a rapidly changing society and declining mail volumes, the French Post Office (La Poste), is initiating a reflection on the transformation of postal agencies or post offices in rural areas through its Pays de la Loire delegation. The City Design Lab was asked to think about a design method for general interest and proximity services. Four towns in the Pays de la Loire region were the pilots of this method: Saint Mars-du-Désert, Rouans, Erdre-en-Anjou and Brûlon.
"We had to think about both the modalities of co-construction with the inhabitants, the explicit formulation of the approach, and its implementation."
The students of the City Design Lab, in consultation with the mayors and residents, have developed methodological tools (a proximity fresco to identify the services to be offered in collaboration with the teams of Professor Carlos Moreno (ETI Chair - Sorbonne University), as well as proposals for the development of premises and services, some of which go beyond the post office.
Pooling resources makes it possible to offer services to citizens, such as educational workshops on food transition (Rouans), develop services for citizens (Erdre-en-Anjou) or set up a multi-service conciergerie (Brûlon). Design opens up the discussion and the field of possibilities through visual representations of third places and services, to reinvent local services in rural areas.
La Poste with Fabien Jouron and Cyril Fillet and the towns of Rouans (44), Brûlon (72), Erdre en Anjou (49) and Saint-Mars-du-désert (44)
Florian ALMERAS, Camille BERTHON, Justine BOUVIER, Clémentine CANOVA, Léa CERUTI, Clara DELATTRE, Samuel ENOGAT, Clément HÉLIOT, Matteo JOLY, Fanny LETERQ, Romie LOZACHMEUR, Christophe POLARD, Coline BERTAUX-FAURE, Prune BONNET-HUMEAU, Charlotte CHARNEAU, Clément ESNAULT, Vanille HACKER, Gaia IRANI, Simon JANVIER, Romann JOUET, Elodie PIVETEAU, Laurine SAINTE-LUCE, Bastien VINET
New local services in rural areas
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