Jean Nouvel

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Jean Nouvel, born August 12, 1945 (age 72), is a French architect. He is the 2008 Pritzker Architecture Prize laureate.

Chelsea Residences, New York.

“Since the beginning of his architectural career in the 1970s, Frenchman Jean Nouvel has broken the aesthetic of modernism and post-modernism to create a stylistic language all his own. He places enormous importance on designing a building harmonious with its surroundings,” said Bill Lacy in his book, One Hundred Contemporary Architects. [1]

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Barcelona, Torre Agbar, 2005.

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