Ferréol Babin : Everyday Ceremony

Sacralizing the moment of the toilet is the goal of the collection Everyday Ceremony by French designer Ferréol Babin. Thanks to this range of objects and accessories dedicated to the bathroom, the designer brings a bit of spirituality in our morning routine.

Directly inspired by elements and religious and traditional Asian rituals, such as the prayer altar or the tea ceremony, the collection Everyday Ceremony consists of a wall cabinet, a mirror, a bath mat, a tray, containers and a vase, all made entirely of different species of wood.


Who never gets up late, skipping the welfare to grab a few minutes of sleep? Who has never dressed up on the subway, neglecting the environment provided for this purpose that we are all endowed? Faced with this disorganization, Ferréol Babin tries to restructure our habits and give back meaning to our "morning rituals". Its goal ? Make room for everything and make the bathroom the theater of our preparation.

This range was conceived as part of the exhibition "Good Morning" organized by the designer Naoto Fukasawa at the last Biennale in Milan. The objective was to present "Objects and furniture that have been drawn to wake us and refresh us through all our senses".

A beautiful initiative materialized by a refined set of simple shapes.

To learn more, visit the site of Ferréol Babin

Photographs: DR Ferréol Babin

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