In Jean Nouvel: The Elements of Architecture (Universe Publishing, 1998), Conway Lloyd Morgan gives a concise analysis of Jean Nouvel’s selected architectural works.
Since his stunning Institute du Monde Arabe opened in Paris in 1987, French architect Jean Nouvel has designed buildings throughout Europe that share a personal vision which highlights and urban and architectural awareness, a fluidity of form and approach, and a sensitivity to context and function.
Based on the primary architectural elements that inform Nouvel’s work – light, color, grid, and detail – this book presents over twenty-five buildings, competition entries, and furniture design projects seen by Jean Nouvel as the clearest representations of his design philosophy.
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The text is in English. The book is richly illustrated with photographs and architectural drawings.
The copy in our stock is in fine condition. The pages are clean without any markings, and the glueing of the binding is fine. The covers show some slight shelf wear and small signs of use.