Laboratoire Textile

Mille et un plis, Montréal, 2020
  • OB Object design
  • TX Textile design
Trained in design and architecture in France, Lucie Leroux, founder of Laboratoire Textile, began her career in architectural lighting before moving to Montréal where she discovered textile printing. Blending both craft and new technologies, she puts material at the center of her tactile explorations and light at the center of her visual experiments. By combining folding with textile finishing techniques, she creates unique lighting fixtures with modern lines, dressed in geometric prints inspired by a minimalist aesthetic.
Latest awards


  • Fabrique 1840 Award, La Maison Simons, Finalist
  • OSEntreprendre Challenge, OSEntreprendre, Winner Local Level, Business Creation Section, Business Operation, Processing, Production Category


  • Prix François Houdé, Conseil des métiers d'arts du Québec in partnership with la Guilde and Ville de Montréal, Finalist
Enterprise data
Full-time employees: 
Local business (Montréal, Québec, Canada): 
90 %
Foreign business (international): 
10 %
In business since: 
Location: Ahuntsic-Cartierville