Born in Paris in 1977, Bina Baitel graduates from the National School of Architecture of Paris La Villette in 2002.
She establishes her studio in 2006 exploring a broad range of sectors including art, furniture, lighting, architecture, consumer goods, space installation and art direction.
A multidisciplinary artist, her work has been rewarded with several French and international awards in the fields of art, architecture and design.
2008 : winner of the VIA Creation Award for her Pull-Over lamp, she starts regularly collaborating with design manufacturers, luxury brands, architects and art galleries.
2012: Bina Baitel is the recipient of the prestigious «City of Paris Grand Prize for Creation» and presents a solo exhibition at Design Miami / Art Basel with NextLevel Gallery.
2013: First Prize of the International City of Aubusson tapestry. The same year, she is selected by the Vatex program with the IFM (French Fashion Institute) to develop innovative textiles for furniture and fashion.
2014: Bina Baitel signs the interior design and furniture of The International High School Nelson Mandela in Nantes. This project will be rewarded with the National Wood Construction Award and VIA Label. The same year her work is featured in several design shows like PAD Paris and Design Days Dubai, as well as museums such as the Mudac in Lausanne and the Musée d'art moderne of the city of Paris (Modern Art Museum).
2015: in parallel to her participation in the exhibitions French Design in Milan, Nirvana at the Gewerbemuseum in Winterthur and Telling Time at the Mudac , Bina Baitel receives the VIA Creation Award thanks to her project the Recto-Verso, a collection of high-technology lamps using the OLED (organic light-emitting diode) technology.
Through her constant experimentations in art, industrial design and architecture, Bina Baitel aims to transform concepts into objects and spaces.