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Jonathan Fournier

Jonathan Fournier

New York, NY, US

 

About 

Jonathan received his Bachelors in Architecture from Syracuse University in 2001, and soon thereafter joined Payette Associates in Boston. While working at Payette, his ambition not only provided diverse design opportunities ranging from theater design with Shakespeare & Company to master planning for The Aga Khan University's faculty of Art's and Sciences. He quickly moved from coordinating technically complex research centers to performing as a job captain focusing on facade technology for the, LEED silver, Brandeis University Carl J. Shapiro science center. As a young designer, Jonathan not only performed more senior roles, but spent much of his free time promoting continuing education, and distinct volunteer experiences co-leading Payette's Young Designer's Core.

Following a meaningful and educational experience in Boston, Jonathan relocated to New York City to work as an Architect joining one of the world's most influential and recognized design firms in Studio Daniel Libeskind. Over the course of nearly seven years, since joining SDL, Jonathan took on more of a leadership role as Project Architect working directly with the Principals in charge as well as Daniel Libeskind. He became a team leader coordinating high end international projects of various scales from concept design through construction including the recently completed Citylife residences that are part of the redevelopment of the historic Fiera Milano Fairgrounds in Milan.

As a change in scale and location, Jonathan joined DXA studio in 2014 to work as a senior architect on multiple residential projects more local to New York City.

In addition to his daily work as an architect, Jonathan has continued to donate his spare time to volunteering with the local and international community. Some of his most recent work has been spent with Architecture for Humanity's NY chapter, working with Respond & Rebuild following Hurricane Sandy in the Far Rockaways, and building homes in Chaom Trach village, Cambodia with RAW impact.

Employment 

DXA studio Architecture, New York, NY, US, Senior Architect, RA, LEED AP, NCARB

Jun 2014 - current
 

Studio Daniel Libeskind, New York, NY, US, Project Architect, RA, LEED AP, NCARB

Working directly with Principals and Daniel Libeskind, as an individual and as a team leader, coordinating projects of various scale and program from concept design through construction.

Sep 2007 - Jun 2014
 

payette associates, Boston, MA, US, Architect/ Designer,RA, LEED AP

Started working as an individual directly with principals on cultural projects, and then quickly moved from coordinating technically complex research centers to acting as a job captain focusing on core and shell development for construction.

Jun 2001 - Aug 2007
 

Jill Neubauer Architects, Falmouth, MA, US, Intern

Began building physical models, and quickly moved from taking field measurements to coordinating construction documents for single family residential projects.

Jun 1999 - Jan 2001
 

Education 

Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY, US, BArch, School of Architecture

Aug 1996 - May 2001
 

Areas of Specialization 

Skills 



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