ÉCUME
designed by FERRÉOL BABIN


Solid beech, paint, clear lacquer - Due to a random process of painting that creates marble textures, standard boards of beech wood become unique. They are assembled to form stools and coffee tables that mix elementary shapes and functions with surprising patterns and colors.

materials:
solid beech or pine, paint, clear lacquer


FLOCONS
designed by FERRÉOL BABIN


Solid beech (for the shelves), pine (for the mirrors), paint, clear lacquerThis shelves and mirrors are covered with thousands of small colorful dots randomly made one by one with a brush. This slow process creates vibrating and eye-catching textures.

materials:
solid beech or pine, paint, clear lacquer

FERRÉOL BABIN


Ferréol Babin was born in March 1987 in Dijon, France. He studied design in France and Japan. His main focus is on lighting engineering design and he is extremely interested in interaction between users and objects. His projects are always based on an awareness of function and rationale, teamed with a poetic, emotional aspect.
He is now working under the direction of Sam Baron at Fabrica the Benetton's communications research centre, based in Treviso, Italy.