Serge Bruylants

Serge Bruylants
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Serge Bruylants is Partner and Managing Director of Brandspace Design, based in Singapore and leading workplace strategy for Kolar Design, Inc., an award-winning brand experience company.

As Global Architect of the Procter & Gamble Company, Serge was extensively involved in a wide range of major building projects across North America, Europe, the Middle East, Africa and Asia for more than 20 years. Serge was responsible for P&G’s building standards, as well as reflecting the corporate brand equity in the built environment around the world.

He led an international community of practice with architects and designers who worked regularly for P&G, to foster cross-pollination, drive collaboration and accelerate design innovation.

He also built up significant expertise in program management, managing multi-disciplinary and cross-cultural in emerging markets. Living in multiple countries in Asia from 2006, he was personally responsible for the execution of highly technical and complex projects in China, Singapore and other Asian countries.

Serge graduated from the University of Antwerp’s College of Design, Architecture, Art and Planning, with a master’s degree in architecture. He took a post-graduate at IUAV University of Venice and got a second master’s in architectural sciences from Katholieke Universiteit Leuven.

Serge is concurrently completing his Master in Business Innovation at Bangkok University. He has participated in many workshops and critique sessions in architect schools around the world and has served as a member on juries for architectural and design competitions in Europe, North America and Asia.

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