French designer, born in 1980 in Paris. Graduated valedictorian in 2004 at ESAG-Penninghen (formely Académie Julian), Cyrille moves to London the same year, working for several English studios, including Foster + Partners. His first architectural commission takes place early 2005. He designs the 7 000 square meters that will become 4 years later I-WAY, unique place in the world entirely dedicated to dynamic driving simulation, and located in Lyon, France.
Back in Paris, his agency is created in 2007, and worked since on private projects, apartments, public places, concepts and graphics designs. He strives to create non-conventional places, guided by a determination to offer an original and unique vision. Cyrille Druart teaches at ESAG – Penninghen (School of Graphic Arts and Interior Design) in Paris from 2009 to 2011.
Also passionate about Photography, he travels to major cities around the world, focusing his work on the observation of the inhabitants. His images made several covers of magazines, novels (Georges Simenon, Antonio Soler) and album covers (Cigarettes After Sex, Simon Moullier).