At the beginning of the year we had the pleasure of welcoming Loïse Chatillon, a third-year student at the Strate School of Design, to Atlanterra.

Her role was to give us a different view, new perspectives and to propose some formats and media that would enable people to take our various actions, projects and objectives on board in a simple, quick, playful and amusing way.

She conducted a great series of interviews with farmers in France called “What does it mean to be a farmer in France nowadays?”

Here is the result of her work:

We thank her and we congratulate her on this quality innovative work.

Thanks to her work and participation, we introduced design into our reflections and actions with operations and the stakeholders that give them life.