Studio Odile Decq

Studio Odile Decq

Architect Odile Decq is the founder of the forward-thinking, highly experimental Confluence Institute for Innovation and Creative Strategies in Architecture, in Lyon, France. She’s also the creator of a wide range of disruptive, unforgettable structures, including the organic interiors of the Palais Garnier’s restaurant in Paris and the Museum of Contemporary Art of Rome (MACRO). Among Studio Odile Decq’s recently completed projects are the Fangshan Tangshan National Geopark Museum, in China, and a five-year renovation of Hungarian architect Antti Lovag’s iconic 1970s “bubble house,” in the South of France.
Odile Decq’s buildings are as bold and evocative as her persona. In a field that very often leans toward the conservative, Decq provides a refreshing counterpoint.

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Architect Odile Decq is the founder of the forward-thinking, highly experimental Confluence Institute for Innovation and Creative Strategies in Architecture, in Lyon, France. She’s also the creator of a wide range of disruptive, unforgettable structures, including the organic interiors of the Palais Garnier’s restaurant in Paris and the Museum of Contemporary Art of Rome (MACRO). Among Studio Odile Decq’s recently completed projects are the Fangshan Tangshan National Geopark Museum, in China, and a five-year renovation of Hungarian architect Antti Lovag’s iconic 1970s “bubble house,” in the South of France.