RETHINKING EXPERIENCE AND THE MANAGEMENT OF TERRITORIES, CITIES AND SPACES TO RESPOND TO CURRENT CHALLENGES
As an architect of major transformations in companies and public stakeholders, Onepoint places people at the core of its projects within a logic of sustainable growth.
Technology and data are at the service of managers of territories and sites in order to invent new ways of conceiving space, inhabiting it, sharing it and of living in it. New reasoned uses of digital technology are emerging in the city, territory or platform building, orchestrated within innovative, environmentally friendly and sustainable ecosystems.
This is what we call the ‘wise city’.
From the building to the neighbourhood, via major urban infrastructures (stations, entertainment venues, etc.), Onepoint is involved at all levels in defining new experiences and innovative management methods.
4 PILLARS FOR THE WISE CITY
We base our achievements on 4 guiding principles that we consider essential and that guide us through all stages of the project:
Transversal governance and data strategy
- Transforming organisations, fostering collaboration at all levels, strengthening the role of a trusted actor regarding users, and building innovative ecosystems are key success factors that help make structures more efficient by optimising the value produced.
Inclusion and numerical mediation
- Deploying solutions that are accessible to the greatest number of people is a public service mission and a major challenge for the territories that we integrate directly into the approaches and methodologies we propose. There can be no wise city without the application of this principle.
- In 2019, the environmental impact of digital technology on a global scale is already 2 to 3 times that of a country like France (source: greenIT.fr). This impact is increasing rapidly. Territories, and especially cities, which weigh heavily on the planet’s resources, must set an example in terms of frugality throughout the digital chain: components, data, energy resources.
- Resilience is the ability of an area to absorb and adapt to disturbance. This definition is based on the recognition that the services to be provided to territories must therefore continuously adapt and be agile.
AN EXPERIENCE CENTRED ON THE WELLBEING AND FULFILMENT OF EACH INDIVIDUAL THROUGH A MULTIDISCIPLINARY APPROACH
Sociological and ethnological research: we seek to know and understand future users or citizens, their expectations and needs.
Multi-sensory experience: we are sensitive to the impact of different environmental stimuli and the involvement of the senses that condition the impressions of individuals.
Neuroarchitecture: we strive to measure and objectify the emotional impact that the desired environment will have on individuals through the modelling of virtual experiences and neuroscience.
Design inspires: we imagine places through biomimetics, TIPS, Design Fiction or Generative Design.
AN INTELLIGENT AND SUSTAINABLE APPROACH TO BUILDINGS AND INFRASTRUCTURE
CONNECT BUILDING: we want to make buildings and spaces smart and that learn by implementing BIM and BOS approaches.
FROM VISION TO IMPLEMENTATION
Onepoint intervenes from start to finish and in a manner suited to each context on the deployment of the ’wise city’, from vision to concrete implementation of solutions. A range of expertise that makes the concept of ‘platform city or territory’ a reality.’