Frédéric Druot (born January 1958) is a French architect, graduated from the School of Architecture of Bordeaux in 1984. He was awarded the Album of the young Architecture in 1990 and went on to found the agency Frédéric Druot Architecture in Paris in 1991.
Frédéric Druot Architecture research is undertaken into the attering of context, scale and cost-effectiveness in new buildings and/or the transformation of preexisting ones. His work covers a wide range of fields and topics, as for cultural buildings, offices, as well as housing. Works are recently completed: the Refurbishment of the Hospital Laennec Paris 7 for the Group Kering’s headoffice, the metamorphosis of Tour Bois le Prêtre with Lacaton & Vassal, the restaurant of the new Philharmonie of Paris, the offices for the IFCIC Institut for the financing of cinema and cultural industries, the transformation of 530 dwellings at the Cité du Grand Parc, Bordeaux, in association with Lacaton & Vassal and Hutin, the study “Plus + Paris”, a strategy for densification and actualisation of the inhabitability of city: 1648 urban situations, 450 000 existing dwellings renovated and transformed + 135 000 additional new dwellings.