Olivia Putman is a French designer born in Paris. Satisfying a long-time wish of her mother, Andrée Putman, Olivia became the Art Director of the company in 2007. Her works range from interior architecture to scenography and design. After graduating from high school, Olivia completed a bachelor’s degree in History of Art at the Sorbonne University in 1987 in Paris. She then divided her time and workspace between Paris and New York where to present some artist’s exhibitions. In 1995, she started studying landscape management. Amongst other things, she worked with a landscape architect Louis Benech on the designs of the Tuileries Gardens and Elysée Palace in Paris. She also started to collaborate with Studio Putman. She was the art director for Lalique between 2010 and 2012; designed the Public Works headquarters in Paris and five stars hotel Sofitel Arc de Triomphe; also collaborated with Nespresso, Emeco, Christofle, Ralph Pucci and presented a special edition of perfume for Nina Ricci called “l’Air du Temps”.