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Thursday February 1st, 2018

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Interview of the month: Romain Bonnet

Romain Bonnet, in charge of R&D projects in the Environment and Eco-design Division, introduces us to the multi-partner approach VIBEO (Intangible Value of the Buildings and Well-Being of the Occupants)

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