Papier plume technology (2016 - 2018)
The Papier Plume technology is the result of Cardepar, a research project between 4 Grandes écoles belonging to Paris Sciences et Lettres University (PSL), led by Soft Matters, Ensadlab in collaboration with ESPCI, Chimie Paris Tech and les Mines Paris Tech, in the framework of a transversal programme of the University.
Development – The Papier plume is now in a stage of maturation, in the perspective of its transfer as workshops for arts, design and architecture schools but also as applications in multiple sectors. Feel free to contact us to discuss further perspectives around this technology.
Further results from the Today’s paper waste, tomorrow’s materials MA workshop.
Project leader: Jean-François Bassereau
Main researchers: Aurélie Mosse (ENSAD), Cécile Monteux (ESPCI), Olivier Jourdan, Mathieu Merlet-Briand
Funding: Initiative de Recherche Stratégique et Interdisciplinaire (IRIS), Paris Sciences et Lettres University
- Mosse, A.; Bassereau, J.F., 2022, ‘Material probes into paper waste as a bacterially-induced and 3D printed foam: combining biodesign and circular principles’. In Frier Hvejsel, M., Cruz, P.J.S., Structures and Architecture. A viable urban perspective? Proceedings of ICSA 2022, 5th International conference on Structures & Architecture, Aalborg, 6-8th of July 2022, CRC Press.
- Mosse, A., Bassereau, J.F., 2019, ‘Soft Matters: en quête d’un design textile et matière plus résilient’, Sciences du Design, n°9 Développement durable (Mai 2019), Paris: Presses Universitaires de France.
- Bassereau, J-F., Monteux, C., Mosse, A., Merlet Briand, M., Jourdan, O., 2018, Le papier plume, conception d’un matériau up-cyclé par et pour la création’, poster, Matériaux, 19-23 Novembre 2018, Strasbourg .