About Sophie

Sophie’s metal weaves transform materials and their intrinsic properties, reshaping space, sculpting light and expanding the possibilities of color. Sophie has mastered the art of color, achieving a wide range of vivid, pure hues exclusively for use in high-quality metal weaves.

As an artist, having my own shop with all the engineering at my fingertips has literally changed everything. It’s given me the possibility to develop so much more than I had ever hoped for. The results have been amazing, and I feel blessed and so lucky to live out my passion for light, color, texture and innovative woven metal materials. It’s my thing, what I do, and I love it.
— Sophie Mallebranche

Our mill

At the Sophie Mallebranche? Company we combine luxury and innovation in the craft of weaving. Using only the best-sourced raw materials and specialized equipment, we have developed a unique manufacturing process that produces exceptional metal weaves that are entirely made in France in our own mill. Our materials offer quality, beauty and originality as well as meeting all international technical requirements for interior design standards. Our metal weaves are now exported to over 40 countries around the world, and we collaborate closely with our clients to answer their specific creative needs for each project.


PRESS & awards 


2016 Best of Year Award
Interior Design Magazine.
Category: Textiles - Residential

2016 NYCxDesign Awards
Interior Design Magazine & ICFF.
Honoree, Category: Building Products

2007 Rising Star Award
The Fashion Group International.
Interior Design Finalist

2006 Design Editors Award
Category: Textile.
ICFF - New York

Masters of Entrepreneurship
Category Independent Designer
Delivered by the French State, at the Senate

2005 Design Observatory Star
ACPI Category: Innovative Material,
for the Plaza Athénée project

2001 Selection by the Ministry
of Foreign Affairs and the AFAA

for the Plaza Athénée project

2001 Volunteer for International Experience
in the Administration [Volontariat International en
Administration] ?Permanent call?, 2001 fellowship for
the ?Incubator? [Couveuse] extra stool prototype, 
exhibited at the Paris Conran Shop, opposite Franck O.
Gehry’s ?Wriggle Side Chair?.

1999 Museum Expression Competition
Objects for the Georges Pompidou Center, Paris
First Prize