Jean Nouvel

Olivari designers

Fumel (FR), 1945

Jean Nouvel – was born in Fumel in the south of France. He opened his first office in 1970, where continues to operate today. Since then, a relentless work that led him to achieve numerous awards, most recently the Pritzker Prize in 2008.

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— 100 11th Avenue, New York 2010
— Jean Nouvel
His work ranges from architectural impressive passing from interior design to the design.
— Conference Center, France, 1993
— Fondation Cartier, Paris, France 1994

In 1976 his first striking achievement, the Dick House (Saint-André-les-Vergers, Aube, 1976) seen as the exemplification of what used to be called “critical architecture”. The cooperation with Olivari starts since 2005.

— Institut du monde arabe IMA, Paris 1987