Serge Drouin is a Registered Architect in New York, Florida, and France .
He was born in France in 1973. Raised in a family of architects and art collectors, he has been exposed at all times to the importance of those aspects of the human culture.

After completing his architectural education in Paris, he moved to New York City in 1999 to join Polshek Partnership on the Smith College University in Massachusetts.

Right after Renzo Piano won the competition for the New York Times Building in 2000, Serge joined the team to work at RPBW, at first in the office in Paris during all the Design Phases, and then moved back to New York City to oversee the three and a half years of construction. Concurrently, he worked on the Columbia University Manhattanville Campus in Harlem, for the masterplan of the new campus, up to the design of the first buildings.

Education:
Ecole D’architecture Paris Belleville, DPLG: 1998
Ecole D’Architecture Paris Tolbiac, DPLG: 1994

Professional Experience:
Renzo Piano Building Workshop, New York: Architect, 2005 - Present
Renzo Piano Building Workshop, Paris: Architect, 2000 - 2005
Polshek Partnership, New York: Junior Architect, 1999-2000
DMTP, Tahiti: Junior Architect, 1998-1999
Atelier d’Urbanisme de Tours: Junior Architect, Tours, 1998

Teaching Positions:
University of Houston, Texas: Lecturer, “Building the New York Times", 2009
Columbia University, New York: Adjunct Professor, Building Systems II, 2007
Columbia University, New York: Visiting Critic, Construction Studio, 2006