Jean-Baptiste is a young French designer who lives and works in Paris, France.
Jean-Baptiste is a storyteller designer. His primary goal is to create objects placed in a meaningful human context, where humor, cynicism or poetry is intimately merged with rigorous functional specifications.
His design philosophy is influenced by the ideas of the Memphis Group.
Jean-Baptiste supports sustainable design, the philosophy of designing objects, the built environment, and services to comply with the principles of social, economic and ecological sustainability.
Jean-Baptiste also believes that design should be seen as a strategic competency for any business, country or institution as pioneered by Brigitte Borja de Mozota and Gino Finizio.
As such, Jean-Baptiste argues that creative and original design concepts are a possible answer to the current European economic crisis. Jean-Baptiste strongly supports design and manufacturing in France.
Jean-Baptiste is an active member of the Faclab of Genevilliers. He graduated from International School of Design of Toulon, France and has a M. Sc from Salford University, U.K