So how can we live better

So how can we live better


Beyond questions of functionality, comfort and individual or collective well-being, the built environment is able to respond in a stimulating way to societal, energy and environmental challenges.
The work space, the living space, the public space, the interior space, the street, are carried by real statements of intent that motivate their forms, following certain principles such as climate transition, densification, ecology and energy transition....
The 2nd year Graphic Design students worked on the production of a communication based on one of these principles (or others) and on the architectural realization which refers to it in order to promote it.


Studio project (2023) by Yohann Kampmann, Simon Maurer, Delphine Moënnat, Monica Müller, Océane Pasteur, Luca Reichenbach, Luca Riva, Angeline Rossetti, Pierre Teissier, Baptiste Torrent, Elsa Trummer, Chloé Vandewalle

Inés Barrionuevo
Department Visual Communication
Graphic Design
Photography direction, Visual identity, Editorial

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Book about the life and work of my grandfather and artist Pierre Noël Bergendi. The content is made up of images and texts from his personal archives found at the Atelier. All the documents are arranged chronologically and are supplemented by transcriptions of notes from his calendars. Links between the images have been added to show the global aspect of his work.

By Baptiste Torrent



État des Lieux

Edition & Animation 


There's the dock, the bench and the fish bench. But the most pleasant bench is the public bench. Accessible to all, it offers a supposedly charming view that we all share. Only one person won't see the same thing as the other. So I chose a bench and tied two envelopes to it. The first envelope contains blank pieces of paper measuring nine by six centimetres and a grey pencil. On it is written: "Take a piece of paper and answer the following question: 'What do you see? Then put your answer in the other envelope. The second envelope is empty and unmarked. État des lieux transcribes the results of this extraordinary experiment.


By Chloé Vandewalle




Srumenti per guardare la natura



By Luca Riva


Rome was not build in 5.5 years



Waiting is inevitable in daily life, whether it's in store queues or public transportation. This waiting time can significantly influence our perception of time. By becoming aware of the time we spend waiting, which accumulates to 5.5 years over a lifetime, we can better understand its value.

Comparing this waiting time to the duration required to build famous architectural monuments, we realize how precious it is. This analysis highlights the importance of managing our waiting time productively, using it for meaningful activities, personal reflection, or productivity.

In summary, becoming aware of the impact of waiting in our lives encourages us to use these moments more intentionally.



By Yohann Kampmann




The hours


Time is an elusive element dictated by architectural elements or objects, but this reissue of The hours takes us to a more fundamental and biological vision.

By Angeline Rossetti