The pressure on cities is jeopardizing the quality of life. The increase in mobility, in particular, is a major threat. Organizing mobility more efficiently and sustainably creates the opportunity to turn the tide.

The energy, logistics and works sectors have a major influence on mobility. These sectors are all in transition and are looking for a new place and role in the city. By physically bringing these functions and services together, synergy is created. These places close to the user, called “ neighborhood stations ”, also offer the opportunity to strengthen social cohesion.

Relocating these functions and services in cities is not new. Bundling it does. My mission is to develop, realize and test “neighborhood stations”  in collaboration with parties , with the aim of increasing the quality of life in cities.