Designer: Jean Nouvel
Perhaps the most famous contemporary French architect, Jean Nouvel is noted for the extraordinary conceptual imagery of his work which results from his many interests: theater, cinema, interior, furniture and industrial design.
Nouvel is strongly committed to modern technology.
His internationally renowned projects include the Institut du Monde Arabe (Paris), the remarkable Cartier Institute (Paris), the Opera House (Lyon), Nemausus housing (NÓmes), the Tours Conference center, the Commercial Center at Euralille, the Lucerne Conference Center.
For Bulo Nouvell designed Normal and Quasi Normal.