Alexandre Viault

Alexandre joined BMD in 2013 as a designer. Many of his projects focus on complex brand architecture, visual identity and signage systems and strategic visioning. Some of his more notable projects have been communication and branding materials for the Van Alen Institute, the Hutchins Center for African & African American Research, Hullmark Developments as well as designing a wayfinding and internal signage system for the Toronto Carpet Factory, as well as for the new MaRS building in Toronto . 

Prior to living in Toronto, Alexandre has lived in New York, Amsterdam and Paris working for various fashion and cultural institutions.

Originally from France, Alexandre trained as a graphic designer at the Gerrit Rietveld Academie in Amsterdam.