Arnault Biou


Arnault Biou serves as a lead designer in many international competitions as well as on large-scale construction projects around the world. He has overseen the design and construction of the courtyard extension for the Jewish Museum in Berlin, as well as for Reflections at Keppel Bay, a large residential complex in Singapore, and the Corals condominium development adjacent to it. He is currently working on the L’Occitanie Tower in Toulouse, France.

Before joining the Studio in 2005, Mr. Biou worked as a senior architect with Steven Holl Architects where he was in charge of the design and construction of the Whitney water plant and parc in New Haven. He also worked at the Iowa University School of Art, the Swiss Embassy in Washington DC, the Nelson Atkins Museum of Art in Kansas City, and the Turbulence House in New Mexico. He gained experience previously working for Gigon und Guyer Architekten (Zurich), BMB Architekten (Zurich), and Calatrava Valls SA (Zurich).

He received his Diploma in Architecture at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology ETH Zurich in 1995. He has been a guest critic at Pratt in Brooklyn and City College in Manhattan. Arnault speaks French, German, and English.