I design

objects & services

to address social issues.

Hi, I'm Elsa.

I’m passionate about creating social and sustainable impact in my professional life and by volunteering on weekends. I work towards participatory democracy by giving people a voice in workshops. I speak openly and challenge the status quo in both internal and external projects. I used this quality to lead the sustainable transition of my company for example. My curiosity pushes me to develop my creative skills in my spare time, or learn new ones like ceramics, drawing or sewing.

Service Designer

FutureGov: 2019 - Present

MA Industrial Design (distinction)

Central Saint Martins UAL, London: 2016 - 2018

Bachelor (BTS) Product Design

École Boulle, Paris: 2013 - 2015

Design Researcher

DAC Research Centre: 2018 - 2019

Industrial Design exchange year

Université de Montréal, Montreal: 2015 - 2016

Applied Arts and Design high school

Lycée Polyvalent Rive-Gauche: 2010 - 2013

 

My capabilities.

 

My Projects.

My team and I imagined furniture made from waste in refugee camps.
 
Small-scale farmers helped me design a service that would educate consumers on sustainable farming.
 
I designed a service to help residents participate in urban greening.
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This soluble packaging could clean pesticides off of fruit.
 
These porcelain planters light up at night to reveal a pattern inside.
 
I mentored students on a service design project that aimed to alleviate homelessness.
 
I made playful stackable desert containers.
 
I made exhibition furniture that is easy to fold and transport.
 
 

I followed additional training to learn...

My tools.

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Contact me.

I am always interested in new projects or opportunities.

© 2020 by Elsa Bardout

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