In 1996, ibride was born in Fontain, France, from the family trio of Carine Jannin, Rachel and Benoit Convers. From the very beginning, self-edition allowed the design house to create singular and poetic objects inspired by nature and the animal world. Soon, ibride acquired new know-how by collaborating with prestigious brands such as Kenzo and Habitat, for which it designs and supplies tableware, lighting and other accessories. The design house made a creative shift and put an end to collaborations in order to flourish in independence and free itself from codes. The two years that followed marked the launch of three collections that had become emblematic. ibride then became aware that innovation was a vector of freedom and invested in a production tool in 2013 to become a manufacturer. The company includes in this new organisation the local suppliers and subcontractors with whom it has been working since the beginning.