Jean Nouvel: the elements of architecture

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Universe, Nov 15, 1998 - Architecture - 238 pages
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Since his stunning Institut du Monde Arabe opened in Paris in 1987, French architect Jean Nouvel has designed widely published buildings throughout Europe. This superbly illustrated volume--the first book to be published on Nouvel since the establishment of his new firm, Architectures Jean Nouvel--features approximately twenty-five built and forthcoming projects, including his most important commission to date: his Concert Hall in Lucerne, Switzerland, scheduled to open in August 1998.

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PROJECTS i
11
LIGHT
21
COLOR
74
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About the author (1998)

Conway Lloyd Morgan is a contributing editor to World Architecture magazine and general editor of the 1995, 1996, and 1997 editions of International Design Yearbook. In addition to co-editing the 1995 Yearbook with Nouvel, he has also written widely on Nouvel's work.

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