PROF DOMINIQUE PERRAULT

1953 Born in Clermont-Ferrand, France
1973 Enters school of architecture and attends the workshop of Martin van Treck
1978 Diploma in architecture (Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts de Paris)
1979 Higher diploma in town planning (Ecole supérieure des Ponts et Chaussée, Paris)
1980 Postgraduate degree in History (Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales, Paris)
1981 Opening of his office in Paris and first built work: factory Someloir in Châteaudun, France
1983 Winner of the ‘Program for New Architecture’ (PAN XII)
1984 First notable project: ESIEE (academy for engineers of electronics and electrical engineering) for the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Paris – Marne-la-Vallée
1989 Winner of the international competition for the French National Library in Paris
1990 Completion of the Hôtel Industriel Jean-Baptiste Berlier in Paris. As its first tenant Dominique Perrault is setting up his  office to build the National Library. The building receives the « l’Equerre d’argent» in 1990 and the «Constructa Prize» in 1992.
1992 Winner of the international competition for the Velodrome and Olympic Swimming Pool in Berlin, Germany  Opening of an office in Berlin

1993 Great National Prize of Architecture, France
1995 Inauguration of the French National Library by François Mitterrand on March 23
1997 Mies van der Rohe Pavilion Award for European Architecture, conferred by the Foundation Mies van der Rohe and the European Parliament for the French National Library

First direct order: factory Aplix in Cellier-sur-Loire, France, which receives the «World Architecture Award» in
Hong Kong, first prize for best industrial building in 2001
2000 Opening of an office in Luxembourg for the extension of the Court of Justice of the European Communities
2002  Winner of the international competition for the Olympic Tennis Cente, Madrid, Spain
Opening of the Town Hall of Innsbruck and winner of the competition for the Urban planning of Donau-City center in          Vienna
2003 Winner of the international competition for the New Building of the State Academic Mariinsky Theater, St. Petersburg, Russia
2004 Winner of the international competition for the New EWHA Womans University Campus Center, Seoul, Korea
2006 Creation of DPA Spain
2007 New studio in the 11th arrondissement in Paris.
2008 Winner of the international competition for the San Pellegrino thermal baths, San Pellegrino, Italia.

Inauguration of the Ewha Womans University and the Court of Justice of the European Communities
Inauguration of the exhibition «DPA Dominique Perrault Architecture» at the Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris, France
2009 Inauguration of the NH-fieramilano Hotel in Milan, Italy
Inauguration of the Olympic Tennis Center in Madrid, Spain
Winner of the international competition for the Sofia Secondary Center, Bulgaria
Winner of the international competition for the development of the new district of the FSS station in Locarno, Switzerland
Winner of the international competition for the Albi Grand Theater, France
2010 Winner of the international competition for the Dobrée Museum, Nantes, France
Curator of the French Pavilion, which theme is METROPOLIS?, for the 12th Venice Architecture Biennale.
AFEX Award, for French architecture worldwide, for the Ewha Womans University project in Seoul, South Korea,
«Grande Médaille d’or d’Architecture» from the Académie d’Architecture
The solo exhibition of DPA showed at the Tokyo Opera City Art Gallery, from 23th October to 26th December 2010
2011 Inaguration of the Arganzuela footbridge in Madrid, Spain
Winner of the international competition for the Rehabilitation/ extension of  the mechanical engineering halls and the central library of the Ecole Polythechnique Fédérale de Lausanne
Winner of the international competition for the rehabilitation of the Dufour Pavillion in the Château de Versailles, France

Professorships

1995-96 School of Architecture of Rennes, France
1997 School of Architecture of New-Orleans, USA
1998 Urbana-Champaign, Chicago, USA
1999 Escola Tècnica Superior d’Arquitectura, Barcelona, Spain
2000 Institut Victor Horta, Brussels, Belgium
2000-03 E.T.H., Zurich, Switzerland

Memberships and Presidencies

Member of the Academy of Architecture in France
Member of the French Legion of Honour
Honorary Fellow of the American Institute of Architects (AIA)
Honourable member of the Association of German Architects (BDA)
Honorary Fellow of the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA)
Member of Colegio Oficial de Arquitectos de Madrid (COAM)
Member of Union of Architects of Russia (UAR)
President of the French Institute of Architecture (IFA), 1998-2001
President of the Board of Administration of the ‘Ecole nationale Supérieure d’Architecture de Clermont Ferrand 2010

Missions in France and abroad

1982-84 Development architect in the Parisian town-planning workshop – APUR, France
1986 Consultant architect for the Loiret department council, France
1988-98 Member of the board of the French Institute of Architecture – IFA, Paris, France
1990-92 Consultant architect for the city of Nantes, France
1992-97 Consultant architect for the city of Bordeaux, France
1994-97 Member of the council for urban planning of the city of Salzburg, Austria
2000-03 Member of the council for urban planning of the city of Barcelona, Spain
Since 2004 Consultant member of the council of administration of the «Cité de l’Architecture et du Patrimoine», Paris
2008-09 Member of the scientific council of the «Grand Paris», Paris, France

 

Awards

1983 Winner of the ‘Album of Young Architecture’ and of the ‘Programme for New Architecture’ (PAN XII)
1984 First prize AMO (architect/client), for the tool plant Someloir
1990 Silver medal for town planning for the French National Library
1990 «Equerre d’argent» of the Moniteur magazine and First prize AMO (architect/client) for the Hôtel Industriel Berlier
1992 Constructa Preis’ 92 : European prize for the Hôtel Industriel Berlier
1993 Great National Prize of Architecture
1997 Mies van der Rohe Award for the French National Library
1999 Deutscher Preis für Architektur, 2nd prize, for the Velodrome and Olympic Swimming Pool in Berlin
2001 «World Architecture Award», first prize for best industrial building, for the APLIX factory
2002 «World Architecture Award», first prize for best public building, for the Media Library in Vénissieux
2003 BTV Bauherrenpreis, Austria (architect/client) for the town hall in Innsbruck
2003 BTV Bauherrenpreis, Austria (architect/client) for the M-Preis supermarket in Wattens II
2005 AIA Maryland best industrial building, for GKD factory, Cambridge, USA
2006 Dedalo – Minosse International Prize, special award for the town hall in Innsbruck
2006 «New Alpine Architecture» Award 2006, for the M-Preis supermarket in Zirl
2008 Seoul Metropolitan Architecture Award 2008, first prize for the Ewha Womans University, Seoul, South Korea
2008 Reigate Society Award 2008, award for the Priory Park Pavilion, Reigate, United Kingdom
2009 Green Good Design, Environment / Landscape Architecture Award for Ewha Womans University, Seoul, South Korea
2009 European Steel Design Awards 2009, award for the Court of Justice of the European Communities, Luxemburg
2009 Concours Construction Acier 2009, award for the Court of Justice of the European Communities, Luxemburg
2009 European Steel Design Awards 2009, award for the Court of Justice of the European Communities, Luxembourg
2009 Green Good Design, Environment / Landscape Architecture Award for Ewha Womans University, Seoul, South Korea
2009 American Institute of Architects, AIA Design Award for the international competitionof the Law School Building in Baltimore, USA
2010 Pyramide d’argent, Innovation category, Fédération des Promoteurs-Constructeurs (FPC), award for the mixed use building in Lille, France
2010 Pyramide d’argent, Estate business category, Fédération des Promoteurs-Constructeurs (FPC), award for the Onix offices building in Lille, France
2010 Pyramide d’argent, Innovation category, Fédération des Promoteurs-Constructeurs (FPC), for the housing office and business building in Lille, France
2010 Pyramide d’argent, business building category, Fédération des Promoteurs-Constructeurs (FPC), for the Onix office building in Lille, France
2010 Prix de la pyramide de Vermeil, innovation category for, Vérose building in Lille
2010 Observatorio D´ACHTALL prize, Architecture category, Spain
2010 Afex prize for EWHA Womans University, Seoul, Korea
2010 Grande médaille d’or de l’Académie d’Architecture, for the ensemble of his work

Court of Justice of the European Union, Luxemburg, Luxemburg 1996-2008

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Court of Justice of the European Union, Luxemburg, Luxemburg 1996-2008

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Court of Justice of the European Union, Luxemburg, Luxemburg 1996-2008

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Olympic Tennis Center, Madrid, Spain 2002-2009

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Olympic Tennis Center, Madrid, Spain 2002-2009

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Olympic Tennis Center, Madrid, Spain 2002-2009

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Ewha Womans University, Seoul, South Korea 2004-2008

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Ewha Womans University, Seoul, South Korea 2004-2008

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Ewha Womans University, Seoul, South Korea 2004-2008

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Ewha Womans University, Seoul, South Korea 2004-2008

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Arganzuela Footbridge, Madrid, Spain 2008-2011

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Arganzuela Footbridge, Madrid, Spain 2008-2011

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Arganzuela Footbridge, Madrid, Spain 2008-2011

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Arganzuela Footbridge, Madrid, Spain 2008-2011

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Arganzuela Footbridge, Madrid, Spain 2008-2011

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Arganzuela Footbridge, Madrid, Spain 2008-2011

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Arganzuela Footbridge, Madrid, Spain 2008-2011

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Arganzuela Footbridge, Madrid, Spain 2008-2011

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Arganzuela Footbridge, Madrid, Spain 2008-2011

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Sofia City Center and European District, Sofia, Bulgaria, 2009-nc

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Sofia City Center and European District, Sofia, Bulgaria, 2009-nc

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Sofia City Center and European District, Sofia, Bulgaria, 2009-nc

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Sofia City Center and European District, Sofia, Bulgaria, 2009-nc

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Sofia City Center and European District, Sofia, Bulgaria, 2009-nc

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DC Towers, Vienna, Austria 2004-2016

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DC Towers, Vienna, Austria 2004-2016

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