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Irish-American Architect Thierry Paret Made Fellow of the American Institute of Architects

Published: Thursday, February 06, 2014

Thierry Paret is an Irish-American architect who was both the founder and first President of the AIA Middle East Chapter from 2010 to 2012. He currently is the Treasurer and Director of the AIA International Region, the body responsible for the American Institute of Architects International affairs.  In January 2014 Thierry was elevated to the College of Fellows of the American Institute of Architects.  He has over 23 years of architectural experience with 10 of those spent in Europe and the Middle East. Thierry has served on AIA National’s Membership Committee (2012 -2013) and previously served on AIA National’s Community Committee.
Thierry received his Bachelor of Architecture from Pratt Institute in New York City. He is a registered architect in the States of New York, Nevada and the Republic of Ireland. He has extensive international experience and is well known in the Middle East. He has designed and worked on high profile projects in New York, Ireland, Abu Dhabi and Dubai prior to moving to Qatar. He has worked with AIA Award winning New York firms Wank Adams Slavin, Ralph Applebaum Associates, AECOM and HDR. His work includes a broad range of public, private and corporate projects such as Zone K. Whilst living in Ireland he led the design on projects for Genzyme, University County Cork Photonics Laboratory and Enable Ireland Respite Home. Thierry has also worked on large educational, corporate headquarters and high end residential master plan projects in the UAE.  He currently is a Design Advisor for the government of Qatar working on wide range of initiatives and policies effecting projects throughout the country. Thierry Paret can be contacted through email: thierryaparet@gmail.com

Treasurer I Director
AIA International Region


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