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Nathanael Dorent is a Franco-American registered architect and consultant. He is the principal of Nathanael Dorent Architecture, a research and architectural practice engaged in projects and competitions internationally ranging in scale from interior design to large development projects.
His proposal “Transitory Cities” exploring forms of connectivity was awarded the Andre Arfvidson Architecture Prize 2010 from the French Academie des Beaux Arts. Besides his architectural practice he currently leads a workshop for Hermes and L’Oreal and lectures in several design schools and universities. His work has been shown in various galleries including the Seroussi Gallery and the Serpentine Gallery.