SABO project is a design office investigating the fields of architecture, furniture design, set design, installations and environmental strategies. Through an optimistic sabo(tage) of each project substance, our practice aims to identify unexpected means of contemporary relevance. The office focuses on the design of places where one can act differently and perhaps think differently.
Alex Delaunay, DPLG, Founder and Principal
Alex Delaunay has studied Architecture at London SBU, holds a Diplôme d’Architecture from EAPB in Paris and a Master of Science, in Advanced Architectural Design from Columbia University. He is a recipient of the Fulbright Scholarship and was awarded the FIPSE Grant from the US Department of Education and the European Commission. He has co-taught Architecture Design Studios with Fred Levrat at the Pratt Institute School of Architecture, is currently teaching at NYIT School of Architecture and has been a frequent juror at Pratt, NYIT and Columbia University. Alex Delaunay holds a full Architecture License from France.