Emmanuel Babled’s philosophy is based on the idea that a real project comes about through the direct contact and physical presence in the territory of its production. He observes materials and techniques in the authentic surroundings and thus gains a feeling for places and social conditions as integral parameters of his work method. This approach is not only based on anthropological interest, but on mental immersion, leading to a creative process that is both individual and innovative. The French designer's works encompass tradition, modernity, sacredness, consumption, artisanal production and sustainability. It is this unique mix that gives the projects a contemporary, poetic and transcultural character.

For the production of his objects, the designer likes to use cutting-edge technology, such as an anthropomorphic robot and a 3-D scanner that guides tools directly from a 3-D file, thus obtaining a degree of fidelity and perfection that is difficult to find in manual artistry.

Around the world, Emmanuel Babled’s furniture and lamps are highly valued collectors’ items and are also featured in international exhibitions.

Title: Digit
Description: Chandelier
Work Date: 2009
Material: Murano handblown glass 
Colors: White lattimo, Black, others avaible 
Dimensions: H 75 or 120 cm, ø 85 or 130 cm
Edition: 12 + 1 AP
Marking: Numbered + Signed


Title: Quark_12

Description: Law Coffee Table
Work Date: 2009
Material: Carrara Marble
Color: White
Dimension: H 20 x W 95 x L 220 cm
Edition: 7 + 1 AP
Marking: Numbered + Signed


Title: Alhena
Description: Table Lamp
Work Date: 2009
Material: Plexiglass
Color: White, Red
Dimension: H 38.5 x W 24 x D 36 cm
Edition: 2 AP + 1/7
Manufacturer: Metea