THIERRY PFISTER, AIA, has over fourteen years of experience in modern residential, commercial and institutional architecture in Europe, Asia and north America. Prior to establishing THIERRY PFISTER – Architecture & Design, Thierry was a Senior Architect and Project Manager with the offices of Hariri & Hariri and Dineen Nealy Architects.
At Hariri & Hariri, Thierry directed a wide range of projects and competitions acclaimed by the press internationally and published worldwide.
He designed the Sagaponac House #43, the first house of the 30 modern residences that form the "Houses at Sagaponac" development in Bridgehampton, NY and the Cape Cod House #6, the first of a 6 residences development in Provincetown, MA.
He completed a triplex renovation for designer Michael Aram in the West Village, which was featured in the New York Magazine and "Creating the New American Townhouse", a book about the latest trends in townhouse design.
Thierry also designed residences located on Park Avenue, Sutton Place, and Upper West Side, all published in Interior Design and Architectural Digest magazines.
Thierry received his Master's degree in Architecture from Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne (EPFL), Switzerland, in 1997. He is a member of the American Institute of Architects and a licensed and registered architect in the State of New York.