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Range of hand-rails - 3D - Patrick Jouin iD for RATP © Patrick Jouin iD
  • Industrial design
  • Île-de-France, Paris

Developement of a gamme range of hand-rails - 2015-2021

Patrick Jouin iD / RATP

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Within the Equisens operation, a national operation in France to ensure full accessibility across rail transport systems, RATP (Autonomous Parisian Transportation Administration) is required to upgrade its public facilities in conformity with legislation 2005-102 and Île-de-France Mobilités  guidelines regarding accessibility. To this end, RATP is deploying specific services within its RER (Regional Express Network serving Paris and its suburbs) commuter train and metro stations adapted to passengers with sensory and cognitive disorders.

RATP has commissioned Patrick Jouin iD's studio to develop a new range of hand-rails (single smooth, double smooth, illuminating), for use as part of the Equisens operation.

The studio has studied and developed a standard range of components adapted for use by all passengers, including those with sensory and cognitive disorders, taking into account technical (utilisation and maintenance) and economic (overall cost of investment and utilisation) constraints.

Particular attention was given to the style and identity of the product, sensitive to the architectural legacy of the spaces and the drive to standardise fittings throughout the metro and RER stations. 



News (January 2022): Discover the new hand-rails in the Nanterre-Ville and Nogent-sur-Marne stations (RER A).

Details


Client
 
RATP 

Program
Conception and creation, Conception and creation, Product design, Detailed design, Drafting CCTP, Economy, follow-up of the calls for tender, follow-up of realization, industrial development, follow-up of the 1st of series and prototypes, deployment on the sites

Materials
Stainless steel profile and stainless steel foundry

Finishes
Brushed and sandblasted

Dimensions
Modular product range adaptable to each station and context

Dates
 
Range development: 2015-2021
Start of deployment in first stations: 2021

Patrick Jouin iD team 
Patrick Jouin 
Henry Gagnaire 

Partners
Mecanical and structure Design office BEGC
Economist BEGC-PJiD

Visuals

3D, Patrick Jouin iD for la RATP © Patrick Jouin iD