Laëtitia Badaut Haussmann's practice is centred around the concept of design and its history as a social and political expression.

Laëtitia Badaut Haussmann's artistic practice revolves around the notion of para-architecture. Her research is rooted in an intersectional approach crossing feminism, psychology and domesticity.  Badaut Haussmann works with sculpture, installation, image, text, video, sound; the exhibition being her main medium, her approach being systematically contextual and situated. Drawing on specific knowledge of literature, architecture and design, she explores these disciplines as social and political expressions, injecting those references into her artistic devices. She addresses essential questions of our time in order to promote emancipation and the emergence of new forms of thought.

A graduate of the École Nationale Supérieure d’Arts, Paris-Cergy in 2006, Haussmann was awarded the AWARE Prize (Archives of Women Artists, Research and Exhibitions) in 2017. She took part in the Pavilion residency programme at the Palais de Tokyo in 2011-2012, and at the Villa Kujoyama's in Kyoto, Japan, in 2016. In 2022, Badaut Haussmann was in residence at the Secession (Vienna, AU) for her research related to the tobacco industry through the historical, iconographical and mass manipulation lenses. She is currently working on the Pavillon des Amours, a sculptural architecture developed to host discussions from specialists about love as a political tool, which will take place in 2023 in Paris.

In parallel to her artistic practice, she taught at Paris Diderot University / Bétonsalon in 2014 and then at Parsons Paris - The New School between 2017 and 2022. She is represented by Galerie Allen in Paris and by Ellen de Bruijne in Amsterdam, and collaborates with Emanuela Campoli in Milan. Since 2022, she is a member of the acquisition committee of the Frac Corsica.

Her work has been the subject of several solo and group shows, most recent include: CAPC (2023, FR), Emanuela Campoli (2023, IT), Campoli Presti (2022, FR), Ikon Gallery (2022, UK), Musée d’Art Moderne (2021, FR), Fondation Pernod Ricard (2021, FR), EDB Projects (2021, NL), The Community (2021, FR), A Tale of A Tub (2021, NL), Centre Pompidou (2020, FR), Beeler Gallery (2020, USA), MACRO (2020,IT), MRAC (2019,FR), Musée départemental d’art contemporain de Rochechouart (2018, FR), Kettle’s Yard (2018, UK), MUSEION (2017, IT), MUDAM (2017, LUX), Centre Pompidou Metz (2017, FR).