A delivery station for packages

During the pandemic, online orders and home delivery are increasing exponentially, putting a strain on the delivery drivers and creating potential contamination risks. Locabox is a communal delivery station where drivers can drop off packages for several residents, whi can collect them at allocated time-slots.


  • Virginie Lelièvre

    L’École de Design Nantes Atlantique

    After completing her Bachelors degree in Industrial Product Design, Virginie Lelièvre is studying Health & Quality of Life at l’École de design de Nantes Atlantique for her Masters degree. Whilst her internship as a cabinet maker and designer at l’Atelier Design Masnada taught her the importance of sustainability in design, her half-year studies at Chiba University (Japan) helped Virginie gain an international perspective for her projects. Virginie work naturally orients towards the prevailing environmental issues and healthcare.more

  • Maud Chevallier

    L’École de Design Nantes Atlantique

    Maud Chevallier is in her first year Master degree programme, studying the Mutations of the Built Environment at l’École de design Nantes Atlantique, after completing her bachelors in Interior Architecture. Her internship at Hickman Design & Interiors in London helped her learn about the way of life outside of France. Having a passion for Interior Design and following her father`s footsteps (an architect), she knew the field was meant for her. Growing up around the sea, Maud`s project focused on the impact of tourism on surrounding territory and its residents. Maud hopes to open her own Interior Design Agency and share the French style with the world.more

  • Josephine Baros

    L’École de Design Nantes Atlantique

    Joséphine Baros is pursuing her Masters Degree in Urban and Sustainable Design at L’École de design Nantes Atlantique and previously completed her Bachelors in Transportation Design. Her internship at Quarterre in London, a multi-disciplinary studio enabled her to understand the complexity of various transport systems. Her goal is to rethink the coexistence between space, transport and urban furniture. Travelling with her family during her childhood helped open her mind.more

  • Lorenn Furic

    L’École de Design Nantes Atlantique

    Lorenn Furic discovered her passion for product design whilst her one year studies at IFFDEC (Institut du design & de l’image). Whilst completing her Bachelors in Industrial Product Design at Nantes Atlantique design school, Lorenn discovered circular design and decided to pursue her masters in Care Design, exploring the social and health issues of people (elderly, children, people with disabilities or social reintegration…) through the different design practices, using an an experimental approach. Lorenn is also curious about environmental well-being and issues related to ecology and sustainable development.more

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