Jean Baptiste Silbertin-Blanc has a singular career. He trained in Paris as a cabinet maker at the Ecole Boulle and as a designer at the ENSI - The National School of Industrial Creation. His studies give him different perspectives on crafts and design. Its approach was awarded at the Center du Luxe Summit in Paris in 2002, by the Talent de l’Elégance for the diversity and quality of his themes. In 2005, the Feelings collection for Saint-Gobain Glass received the Janus de l’Industrie. The Finger collection for Orfèvrerie de France, received a VIA Label in 2012. In 2014, the Quadruple Fugue chandelier was selected by the Corning Museum of Glass.