Maison et Objet designer of the year: Odile Decq

Maison et Objet designer of the year: Odile Decq

Maison et Objet designer of the year: Odile Decq
Maison et Objet designer of the year: Odile Decq
Odile Decq, born at 18 July 1955, is an award-winning French Architect and is the lead architect at the Paris firm Odile Decq Benoît Cornette, Architectes-Urbanistes. Alongside Joseph Dirand and Edward Barber & Jay Osgerby, they are Maison et Objet choice of the year. Not a surprise for those who follow all of their extraordinary work.
The work of Odile Decq particularly, reflects someone who likes to redefine the boundaries of her discipline by reinterpreting the order, usage, body, technique and taste. She offers a paradoxical view, both tender and severe, of the world. Without a doubt an exceptional architect!
Maison et Objet designer of the year: Odile Decq
Maison et Objet designer of the year: Odile Decq
In 2012 Odile had in her hands projects such as the FRAC Bretagne (Rennes, France), ATOM (Paris, France), the 3D X1 (Milan, Italy) and Noir Fracture (Rennes, France). Her repertoire also counts with other numerous international and national projects like the Banque Populaire de l’Ouest, the master plan for the industrial harbour and docks of Paris in Gennevilliers, house for the CIPEA in Nanjing, China, the Museum for Contemporary Art in Rome. She was also elected the Director of Ecole Spéciale d’Architecture in Paris, role greatly merited, and a great honor for all the students.
Amazing architecture by Odile Decq
Odile Decq astonishing work
Maison et Objet, one of the most famous and influential European Design show has always their eyes opened for great talents from this world and their pick couldn’t not have been better in recognizing and celebrating this architect’s astonishing work.

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