What are the 10 Jean Nouvel buildings we love?

What are the 10 Jean Nouvel buildings we love?

10 Jean Nouvel Buildings We Love 1 Torre Agbar (2004) 2 Arab World Institute (1987) 3 100 Eleventh Avenue (2010) 4 Opéra Nouvel (1993) 5 Copenhagen Concert Hall (2009) 6 Building C1 7 Central Park Sydney 8 Philharmonie de Paris (2015) 9 Cyprus Tower (2015) 10 Rosewood Tower

Who is Ateliers Jean Nouvel?

Jean Nouvel founded Jean Nouvel et Associés in 1985 with his junior architects Jean-Marc Ibos, Mirto Vitart and Emmanuel Blamont. In 1994, he founded Ateliers Jean Nouvel with Michel Pélissié. Ateliers Jean Nouvel is one of the largest architectural firms in France. Here are the 15 remarkable projects by Jean Nouvel:

What is Jeanjean Nouvel famous for?

Jean Nouvel burst onto the architecture scene in the 1980s by unexpectedly winning the commission for the Arab World Institute’s building in Paris. Built between 1981 and 1987, the Institut du Monde Arabe (IMA) is a museum for Arabian art. Symbols from from Arabian culture combine with high-tech glass and steel.

What inspired Jean Nouvel’s Institut du Monde Arabe?

Opened in 1987, Nouvel’s Institut du Monde Arabe is made up of light-sensitive apertures that are inspired by traditional oriel windows—or enclosed balconies—which are used in Islamic architecture. Jean Nouvel called this 23-story residential tower a “vision machine.”

Who is Jeanjean Nouvel?

Jean Nouvel, a contemporary French architect with a taste for heights, lights and reflections, is one of the key architectural figures of our century. The architect recently finished one of his masterpieces, the Philharmonie de Paris, opened to the public in January 2015.

What is the 38-story skyscraper designed by Nouvel?

This 38-story skyscraper designed by Nouvel is located in Barcelona, Spain. According to the architect, the tower is intended to recall the shape of a geyser rising into the air.