An amazing series of WI-Fi stations are created by a French designer Mathieu Lehanneur in Paris. The people can sit down to use their laptops or access local information through a large screen. It is called Escale Numérique, the proposal won a competition to design street furniture that links with the underground fiber-optic network so inhabitants and visitors without mobile internet access can connect on the move, it translates as Digital Break. There are nice swivel chairs with attached tables for laptops sit under a foliage-covered shelter and a huge digital billboard provides city information and news for those who don’t have a laptop or Smartphone with them. It also includes a cluster of wooden legs like tree trunks support the green roof, which is created to look like a garden when it’s seen from the balconies above. The project was realized in teamwork with an advertising company JCDecaux.