Flower decoration made by the students of the Bercy elementary school

In the context of the “Porte-Bonheurs” exhibition at the Bon Marché, Designing Hope wanted to involve the children of the African schools where it is implanted as well as those of the Bercy school, by entrusting them with a project to decorate replicas of the flowers designed by Thebe Magugu.

Self-adhesive patterns have been stuck on each petal to decorate them in an original way. In the image of the Bon Marché shop windows, the flowers made by the children were stuck on large wooden letters to write the words “DIVERSITÉ” (Diversity), “ESPOIR” (Hope), and “HOPE”.

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