New Projects and Products by Odile Decq

I recently attended a breakfast and Q&A session with French architect and product designer Odile Decq at the Center for Architecture in New York. Decq, who founded Studio Odile Decq, has made a name for herself designing for museum, corporate, hospitality, and residential clients. Decq has collaborated with Italian lighting company Luceplan to design several indoor and outdoor light fixtures, which she has incorporated into recent projects.


Odile Decq. Photo credit: Markus Deutschmann

The FRAC Bretagne Museum in Rennes, France, was designed by Decq and features two Luceplan products: e04 lamps (suspended from the ceiling, designed by HABITS Studio) and Costanza (table lamps with shades designed by Paulo Rizzatto).

4.OG: Bibliothek

Courtesy Studio Odile Decq.

EG: Auditorium/Foyer

Courtesy Studio Odile Decq.

2.OG: Atrium

Courtesy Studio Odile Decq.

The MACRO Contemporary Art Museum in Rome, Italy, showcases Decq’s design for Luceplan, Javelot Macro floor (used outdoors, and inside as ceiling lamps):


Courtesy Studio Odile Decq.


Courtesy Studio Odile Decq.


Courtesy Studio Odile Decq.


Courtesy Studio Odile Decq.

For Luceplan, Decq also recently designed Pétale, a suspension lamp with an organic form that improves the acoustics in an interior environment. The body consists of a sound-absorbent panel upholstered in white fabric. Pétale is available in two sizes: 47-inch diameter round and 54-inch-by-33-inch petal shape.
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Installed in EATALY, Rome. Courtesy Luceplan.

Petale 4

Courtesy Luceplan.

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