“Odile is a simple circle, a folded sheet turning into a luminous halo. Composed of a paper crown it fully reveals his graphic pattern to the user once switched on.
While off, the lamp erases itself and the center of the wall unit, usually intended for the light bulb, is hollowed out revealing the wall on which it is attached. Once on, the light is spread on the paper surface and reveals the embossed graphic.
Extremely simple in its design, the lamp consists of two parts: the diffuser made of paper, and the central metal element that gives substance to the lamp, gathering the technical elements (electrical equipment, hook) and serving as a cover for an indirect light scattering.”