Margot Lenorais

Margot Lenorais

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Student in Product Design at l’École de Design Nantes Atlantique
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R2 . CA . 2017

R2 . CA . 2017

The “Loight” is a modern twist on the lantern designed for the great indoors! A power-saving system that’s as green as it is cute, its modular lighting units can be taken from one room to another to provide a personal footprint of light wherever you go. They create heightened awareness to power usage and encourage energy-saving habits. Better yet, each system sports four distinct colors with handsome wood detailing so everyone in your family can have one to claim their own!

The “Loight” is a modern twist on the lantern designed for the great indoors! A power-saving system that’s as green as it is cute, its modular lighting units can be taken from one room to another to provide a personal footprint of light wherever you go. They create heightened awareness to power usage and encourage energy-saving habits. Better yet, each system sports four distinct colors with handsome wood detailing so everyone in your family can have one to claim their own!

Gorgeous illustrations by Lisa Tegtmeier in this colorful One Pager promoting Bond – an event hosted by BackerKit where they discuss how creators make a living through the internet.

Gorgeous illustrations by Lisa Tegtmeier in this colorful One Pager promoting Bond – an event hosted by BackerKit where they discuss how creators make a living through the internet.

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Meet the extraordinary man who has been called "the architect of the people" and the first man to use paper as a building structure material, Shigeru Ban. He is the founder of Voluntary Architects' Network (VAN). He built refugee homes in Rwanda and evacuation homes in Japan and China and also helped built churches and schools to aid victims of natural disasters. "Paper buildings cannot be destroyed by earthquakes." Shigeru Ban http://www.thextraordinary.org/shigeru-ban

Meet the extraordinary man who has been called "the architect of the people" and the first man to use paper as a building structure material, Shigeru Ban. He is the founder of Voluntary Architects' Network (VAN). He built refugee homes in Rwanda and evacuation homes in Japan and China and also helped built churches and schools to aid victims of natural disasters. "Paper buildings cannot be destroyed by earthquakes." Shigeru Ban http://www.thextraordinary.org/shigeru-ban