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Serge Drouin graduated from the Ecole d’Architecture de Paris Belleville in 1998, and joined Renzo Piano Building workshop in 2000.
He worked on the New York Times building from the early design phases until the completion of the building. Concurrently, he worked on the Columbia University Manhattanville Campus Master Plan and re-zoning and as project architect on the design and construction of the neuroscience laboratory, the Jerome L. Greene Science Center, and the University Forum.

CTBUH Roles

Innovation Conference, Speaker (Chicago 2018)

Videos

30 May 2018

Over the past 10 years, the New York Times Tower has become a landmark worthy of the institution that commissioned it, particularly because of its...