The southerly outpost of Paris’s École Camondo is set on the coast of the French Riviera and features a pared-back open-plan interior meant to reflect “how design and sustainability intersect”.
Design school École Camondo Méditerranée has a pared-back interior
Its sparse 2,000-square-metre floor plan is interrupted by a series of boxy storage units where students keep all their equipment.
Each one is made of marine plywood offcuts that Emilieu Studio found in a nearby factory, selecting the material for its lightweight, hardwearing and
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