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IN-VI Investment Vision AG

Guy Castelain Perry

President and Founding Partner
Guy Castelain Perry
Guy Perry, is a French American architect and urban planner with development and design experience on five continents. Prior to founding IN-VI, Guy was Senior Vice President with TrizecHahn overseeing the design and development of projects throughout Europe. Guy and its planning/architectural bureau IN-VI are the authors of the master plan and development strategy of the 169 hectare community in Warsaw “Miasteczko Wilanów”. During last several years the community was awarded top industry awards by receiving Award of Excellence from ISOCARP in 2008, the Global Award of Excellence by Urban Land Institute in 2010, and in 2012 was commended at the “Guanghzou Award” competition for urban innovation. Guy is also the architect of the innovative live-work building: Woronicza Qbik in Mokotów. He and his firm IN-VI are architects of record for Bloomberg’s just completed new Warsaw offices.
Guy was also Vice-President of HOK Intercontinental and worked 7 years with Kajima Corporation in Tokyo, Paris and Brussels as Project Manager on a range of developments. Early in his career Guy worked for Ricardo Bofill on the design of projects like the Barcelona Olympics, the Antigone district of Montpellier, France and the SWIFT head quarters in Brussels. For SOM he designed a bank facility in the San Francisco bay area. He redesigned Houston's principal city park with the late Charles Moore and studied growth strategies for downtown Houston for Hines and Cadilac Fairview. Guy is also the author of one of the largest cinema complexes in Europe in Mulhouse (France).
Over the past few years Guy has led research efforts for design and development strategies at Harvard University, MIT and the University of Toronto. He has presented at United Nations in New York and Geneva, as well as, MIPIM, Barcelona Meeting Point, Cityscape and ULI conferences worldwide regarding strategies for sustainable urban development. In Japan, Guy was senior coordinator of the Smithsonian Institutions first Emmy award winning documentary film: Dream Window. He was honoured with the Smithson medal from that institution. Guy earned two masters degrees from Harvard University.
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