Peter Arbour is an architect and building envelope designer. He currently works in the NY office of the German facade builder seele. Peter received his Master of Architecture from Yale University. From 2005-2011, Peter worked as Project Manager for RFR Consulting Engineers in Paris. Prior experience includes consulting with Israel Berger and Associates, and the structural engineering practice of Dewhurst Macfarlane and Partners. Peter’s NY projects include 40 Bond Street, with Herzog de Meuron, and the TKTS booth in Times Square, with Perkins Eastman. Recent façade projects include The Grand Museum of Egypt, with Heneghan Peng, the Tour Phare at La Defense, Paris, with Morphosis, Cité des Arts et de la Culture of Besançon with Kengo Kuma, and the Broad Museum with Diller Scofidio + Renfro. Peter is the designer and patent holder of the Liquid Wall curtain wall system.