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ABOUT

Nathanael Dorent Architecture is an award winning architecture practice whose projects range in scale from furniture design to urban development. Attentive to each context and situation, our work links research to practice to critically explore the relationship between social and spatial changes. We believe the use of digital technology crossed with an understanding of social transformation is key to the design of connective spaces. Our work has been exhibited in different galleries and widely published in a variety of design and research media.

 

PRIZES & DISTINCTIONS

Current – DEZEEN Award 2018 –

2018 : AFEX 2018 – Winner

2018 : Archdaily Building of the Year 2018 – Finalist

2017 : RIBA/RIAS Award – Winner

2017 : Glasgow Institute of Architecture Award 2017 – Winner

2017 : RICS 2017 – Winner

2017 : Surface Design Award 2017 – Winner

2017 : Selection Archinovo Awards 2017 – shortlist

2017 : Selection ADC Awards 2017 – shortlist

2016 : Architecture of Necessity – Virserum art museum – Selection

2014 : World Interior News Award – Finalist

2013 : Interior Design Best of Year 2013 – Honorable Mention

2013 : Archdaily Building of the Year 2013 – Finalist

2013 : WAN Award Color in Architecture 2013 – Finalist

2012 : Bibliotheque Publique Daegu Gosan (Daegu, South Korea) – Concours international – Honorable Mention

2010 : Grand Prix d’Architecture de l’Académie des Beaux Arts – 2nd prize- Prix André Arfvidson

 

TEAM

Nathanael Dorent- Principal
Architecte DEA-HMONP, M.A Research Architecture

Nathanael Dorent is a Franco-American registered architect, designer and consultant. He received a Master of Architecture from the ENSA Paris Malaquais and a Master of Arts in Research Architecture from Goldsmiths College, both with highest honors. Between 2004 and 2009 he also directed Kalanke, an architecture and development NGO. In 2010, he was awarded the Andre Arfvidson Architecture Prize from the Academie des Beaux Arts for his proposal on “Transitory Cities”. His work has been presented in different galleries including at the Serpentine Gallery Map Marathon and the Seroussi Gallery. He has lectured and led workshops in several design schools and universities including ENSA Paris-Malaquais, Strate College, PARSONS Paris, Ecole Spéciale d’Architecture, Rice School of Architecture Paris, UCLA, UCR…

 

 

Collaborators:

Lily Jencks Studio

Sugawara Daisuke

Lionel Leotardi

Anne Bugugnani

Just’n’Nousse

Fabrice Zaini

Jerome Charon

Nous engineering

WOMA