DOMINIQUE PERRAULT Architecture
Dominique Perrault (Auvernia, 1953) is perhaps the youngest of the heavyweights in the current international architecture scene. He earned his architecture degree at the École nationale supéri- eure des Beaux-Arts in Paris in 1978, and a year later he finished postgraduate studies in town planning from the École supérieure des Ponts et Chaussée. He also holds a diploma in history. Among his early works we can mention the ESIEE engineering school building in Marne-la-Vallée and the Bibliothèque Nationale de France, and more recent projects include Fukuoka Tower in Osaka, Donau-City Tower in Vienna, and the Grand Theatre complex in Albi. Since 1988 he has sat on the board of the Institut Français d’Architecture, and in 1990 he became consultant architect for the city of Nantes. The numerous distinctions he has received include the Silver Medal for Town Planning, the Grand National Prize for Architecture, and the Mies van der Rohe Award.
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