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Hipli: the parcel that can be reused up to 100 times

e lifespan of a package. By favoring reusable packaging, we avoid dozens of cycles of cardboard production and recycling. The start-up behind this innovation offers its pouches in 3 different sizes. But all of them are reusable, foldable and repairable in order to limit the environmental impact o ...

05
Nov
2021

Games: Lego introduces children to robotics

Innovation at Lego For a few years now, the toy brand Lego has been aiming to compete with the tech giants. The Danish group's CEO, Niels Christiansen, has tripled the size of its digital team and is recruiting the best engineers and designers to drive a healthy dose of innovation and creativity in ...

04
Aug
2022

The Backpacker's Guide

and Russian. It has also developed hundreds of derivative products on which the Routard logo is present. The Hitchhiker's Guide on GPS The latest innovation, the Hitchhiker's Guide has partnered with Navigon, the European leader in GPS navigation systems. It thus offers a special edition Mobil ...

30
Mar
2007

The mobile phone: history and evolution

an invention but an object born from the combination of several technologies (some of which were known since the late 1940s). The origins of this innovation can be traced back to radio technology that was developed from the 1940s. Indeed, mobile phones use electromagnetic waves, as does the net ...

18
Jan
2008

Exhibition: The Laughing Cow celebrates its 100th anniversary at the Palais de Tokyo

deed, Lab'Bel, the Bel Group's artistic laboratory, was founded in 2010 to support contemporary creation. Since 2014, this laboratory of ideas and innovation has asked an artist each year to intervene on its packaging to create a collector's work. Every year, 350,000 collector boxes are market ...

25
Nov
2021

No gender: deciphering unisex fashion

about the current no gender trend, it's also worth noting that the idea of going picking new pieces from the other gender's wardrobe is not a recent innovation. As early as the 1960s, androgynous icon Twiggy had appropriated the codes of men's fashion, while Coco Chanel had adopted a tomboyish l ...

24
Feb
2022

In Paris, the Cluny Museum will soon reopen its doors

a chronological order to make visible the evolution of forms during this period. The tour allows for a better perception of the moments of rupture and innovation, as well as the aesthetic differences between northern and southern Europe. Thanks to the work undertaken and the new presentation of ...

24
Mar
2022