Type : Space design
Client : INMA
Year : 2010
Location : Paris, France
Budget : 150.000 euros excl. tax
Phase : Concept phase
Collaborators : Arthur de Chatelperron

A new identity for the educational spaces of the French National Institute of Arts & Crafts: increased visibility, clearly identifiable functions, optimized and programmable spaces.

The intent here is to promote INMA and to enable its primary vocation - to inform the young public about the dynamism of the sector - by some strong and specific spaces.
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