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JCDecaux develops ‘bus shelters of tomorrow’ concept

JCDecaux has developed a range of innovative street furniture using an up-cycling approach that repurposes used materials including glass, steel and wood. The company’s ‘concept shelters’ are already sparking conversations with interested parties, including town halls and local authorities as this initiative meets different challenges, notably concerning responsible development. As up-cycling already exists in certain sectors, it is up to the end users to adopt it on a more industrial scale, by designing a new range of products that will use existing resources to promote a more sustainable future.

Up-cycling involves using materials which have already had a first life and giving them a new use by maintaining their shape and transforming them as little as possible. JCDecaux has designed a new generation of bus shelters, ‘concept shelters’, using repurposed used materials (glass, steel, wood, etc.) from its own or other sectors, with a minimum of transformation,” says a press release. The first concept, called Polychrone, stands out with its simple, modular design and innovative assembly details. It integrates second-life mechanical components used in scaffolding and recycled wood used in carpentry to create the structure of the bus shelter and the bench.

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