The Low-tech Lab
The Low-tech Lab is a collaborative research and documentation project aiming to share and promote low technologies. The programme's vocation is to spread local and efficient low-tech solutions widely in order to provide a global answer to the Sustainable Development Goals defined by the United Nations.
This programme is open to any person or structure willing to contribute to low-tech innovation or benefit from its discoveries.
« L'intelligence collective au service de l'innovation utile »
The Low-tech Lab's missions
The Low-tech Lab combines the knowledge and tools necessary to the spreading of low-technologies and their way of thinking (eg: collaborative platform, sourcing, documentation, etc.)
To inspire the birth and replication of low-tech initiatives, the Low-tech Lab launches broadcasting and promotion operations (Explorer, media campaign, documentaries, etc.)
The Low-tech Lab accompanies those who wish to implement low-tech solutions or communities everywhere in the world (eg: student organisations, development support, local branches, etc.)
A collaborative platform
To make an inventory, document and inspire across borders
To work in a collaborative way and be as close to the field as possible.
The Low-tech Lab in the world
- Low-tech Lab France
- Campus Low-tech - Centrale Paris
- Low-tech ICAM - ICAM Nantes
- Impermanence des autonomes
- Low-tech Lab Maroc
- Low-tech Lab Auroville, Inde