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Authors/dominique perrault

In 1989, architect and urban planner Dominique Perrault built the Bibliothèque nationale de France, a building that is now part of twentieth-century architectural history. Internationally recognized, he has completed several innovative, large-scale projects, including the velodrome and Olympic swimming pool in Berlin, the Ewha women’s university in Seoul, and is currently transforming the former air terminal at Les Invalides into the future museum-school of the Giacometti Foundation. Dominique Perrault sees architecture as a discipline intrinsically linked to urban planning, he has worked on the urban future of the Ile de la Cité in Paris and developed the athletes’ village for the Paris 2024 Games. Honorary professor at the Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, he is also the laureate of the Praemium Imperiale award and a member of the Institut.

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