The new Mansartis project illustrates the social demand for sustainable solutions while offering healthy environments for companies and their employees. Sustainable workplace solutions require an eco-design process to create social, environmental, economic impacts.
Mansartis project exemplifies this dual need by providing a high-end project with 70% of materials
deemed eco-responsible. The Mansartis workspace proves that eco-design can become the new norm. The project has upcycled and recycled materials at its heart. Most of the furniture was designed with recovered steel and oak, Cradle2Cradle MDF, and recycled plastic.
For the social area, designers chose the Hale chairs
made from PET Felt, recycled plastic bottles. The oak was upcycled from old SNCF train floors and all working surfaces of the tables are derived from post-industrial plastic waste. Two of the designs — the AU Box and FD Desk — blend seamlessly with oak and drywall plenum frames lining the wall. The interior design was fitted with original FSC sourced oak parquet, recycled carpets.