Seymour+ encourages guests to disconnect from technology in order to reconnect and refuel themselves

Seymour+ is a space in Paris that encourages self-exploration and creative development without the use of phones, computers, books and magazines. By engaging with a series of interactive installations and using a pen and paper to record ideas, visitors are given a framework to uncover their creative potential and rethink the role that technology plays in their lives.

Upon entering the two-story flat, guests are instructed to strip away all technology and first timers are advised to explore the space in a particular order. Five different rooms are configured to encourage different experiences and emotions, and guests refrain from communicating with others in order to better reconnect with themselves.

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