A dual approach to Architecture & Design

Noémie Aureau was born on June 25, 1988 in Paris. After studying science at Ecole Polytechnique Paris and graduating in Structural and Environmental Engineering from Ecole des Ponts-et-Chaussées, she continued her studies at the architecture school of Paris-La Villette and became a licensed architect  while doing research for Saint-Gobain in eco-innovation.

After working a couple of years as a structural engineer focusing on innovative designs and complex geometries at Atelier One in London, she joined Renzo Piano Building Workshop as an architect in Paris in 2016 where she has been involved in a range of wide scale international projects.

She teaches architecture and building techniques to graduate students in Civil Engineering at Ecole des Ponts-et-Chaussées in Paris.





Using her dual culture, she develops multi-criteria approaches to architectural design, lightweight structures and building envelopes in order to create a cutting edge yet sensitive and sustainable architecture.

Always walking on the line between architecture and science, Noémie Aureau likes to explore every new design challenge with an out-of-the-box approach.