Gallery: Escale Numérique is a Free, Green-Roofed WiFi Station in Paris

Mathieu Lehanneur recently unveiled a free WiFi station covered with a beautiful green roof in Paris! The designer worked in collaboration with outdoor advertiser JCDecaux to tap into an underground fiber optic network to create a haven of peace available to everyone. Escale Numérique (which translates to Digital Break) features concrete swivel seats with mini tables and plugs on their base and a large touch screen that provides updated information about services in the city for visitors or those without their devices. Totally free and available for anyone, Escale Numérique is a brilliant installation that offers up a free connection to the internet.

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1 Comment

  1. Clothier Jones furniture July 24, 2012 at 11:14 am

    Nice idea! …not sure if concrete is the most sustainable of materials though?

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