Architect’s Council of Europe | A Talk With Odile Decq


A few weeks ago, ACE talked with Odile Decq about the Covid-19 impact, the housing issue, our relationship to the city, quality in the built environment and the challenges for women in architecture. She also opened up the doors of the Confluence Institute…

Sotheby’s International Reality | 8 Women Changing Architecture Around the World


« To celebrate this moment in architecture and lift up other women of note, we’ve assembled a shortlist of the six women architects who—along with the recent Pritzker winners—are impacting the world around them with innovative design and groundbreaking ways of thinking about how we work and live. »

International VELUX Award 2020 | Jury Member Interview


Odile Decq, French architect and jury member for the International VELUX Award 2020, sat down for an interview.

Madame Architect | Built to be Determined: Odile Decq on Opening Possibilities and Taking Risks


“…to help young people be more creative, more inventive, and to find their own way, you have to open the schools of architecture much more widely, and focus on interdisciplinary possibilities. ”

archdaily | “What I Really Like Is Speed”: In conversation with Odile Decq


“What I Really Like Is Speed”, Vladimir Belogolovsky in conversation with Odile Decq

designboom | odile decq reveals new images of ‘antares’, a residential tower being built in barcelona


« Antares is my first residential development and its design speaks to the heart of my philosophy to bring originality and innovation to everything I do,’ explains Odile Decq. ‘I hope Antares sets a new standard for what a luxury building can be. from the building’s architecture, which embraces the beauty… »

DEZEEN | Odile Decq unveils sinuous Antares tower for Barcelona


Its undulating form created by the envelope of balconies is intended to be « a distinctive architectural statement », while complementing the organic forms of some of the city’s most notable buildings.

archdaily | Odile Decq to Lead Grand Jury for 2020 RIBA International Prize


RIBA announced the 2020 RIBA International Prize jury and stated that it will be led by French architect and urban planner Odile Decq with the participation of Es Devlin, Jeanne Gang, Rossana Hu, and Gustavo Utrabo.

Architectural Digest | Can Design Help Save the Planet? Design Miami Makes the Argument


« French architect Odile Decq’s steel structure with glass panels might look like a lightbox, but it was designed as a minimalist ode to the 18th century. Inside the space are lacquered tables and lamps made of aluminum, carbon fiber, and methacrylate… »