2020 - public accessibility system

In 2015, a French law requires public places to be made accessible to all their citizens. 

Due to the given difference by nature, seashores are not categorized under the same legal subject as in the cities.

This Beach Access System provides access to sand and water for everyone that includes people with reduced mobility throughout the year while making a permanent demarcation between areas of passage and preserved areas.

The whole system is made up of three types of wooden floors and steel elements that facilitate movement and withstand the severe climate and conditions of the seaside.

*photography by Justine Willa

*accessibility graduation project - ECAL