Emilieu Studio uses local materials to form mobile furniture in Toulon design school

Moveable furnishings crafted from old ship sails and plywood offcuts appear throughout the École Camondo Méditerranée design school in Toulon with interiors by French practice Emilieu Studio.

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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