The Digital HarbourAs his first urban development project, the Digital Harbour is as beautiful as it is functional. Benefitting from free high-speed WI-FI connection, this harbour features durable swivel chairs made from concrete, with mini tables connected to the chairs - perfect for using a smartphone, tablet, laptop or book. A touch screen on the side of the installation provides city information and news for those without any devices. Vertical logs are used to support the structure, with a rooftop covered in living green foliage.
The Play TableAnother intersection of great design and technology is The Play Table, an interactive playground designed for a modern age, created specifically for public spaces such as parks and gardens. Installed in the Square du Temple, Paris the Play Table comprises of two multi-touch screens that are tilted for optimum visibility and can be rotated around an off-centre axis to allow users to adjust the screen. Each screen provides access to games. The table uses open-source platform, with games and apps created by a wide range of developers.