Jean Nouvel
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NATIONAL ART MUSEUM OF CHINA

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LOUVRE MUSEUM, ABU DHABI

Jean Nouvel

PRINCIPAL ARCHITECT

Winner of the highest possible architectural award, the Pritzker Architecture Prize, Jean Nouvel is a genius at articulating the relationship of his brilliant works within the context of their respective environments. That is why Wing Tai specifically had him in mind to fulfil their vision for the masterpiece that was to become Le Nouvel Ardmore.

Jean Nouvel is internationally recognised for his breakthrough designs including the Torre Agbar in Barcelona, 100 Eleventh Avenue in New York and the Louvre Abu Dhabi. He is presently the chief architect for the National Art Museum of China in Beijing.

Notable Accolades:

1989 – Aga Khan Award for Architecture for the Arab World Institute

1993 – Prix d’architecture de l’Équerre d’argent for the Opera House in Lyon (Best French Building of the Year Award)

2006 – Creator of the Year Award, Maison & Objet Exhibition

2006 – International Highrise Award 2006 for the Torre Agbar in Barcelona

2008 – Pritzker Architecture Prize

2012 – Best Tall Building Worldwide and Middle East & Africa by the CTBUH for the Doha office tower (Qatar)

2014 – Best Tall Building Worldwide and Best Tall Building Asia & Australasia by the CTBUH for One Central Park in Sydney (Australia)

Jean Nouvel

TOUR DE VERRE, NEW YORK

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Peirao

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Philharmonie-de-Paris

Collaborators

Herve Descottes

LIGHTING DESIGNER

The lighting designer and the founder of L’Observatoire International, is well renowned for his inventive interpretation of light. He has received the AIA Award for Collaborative Achievement in Design for his work.

Koichiro Ikebuchi

INTERIOR DESIGNER

Winner of the President’s Design Award in Singapore, the interior designer is well known for crafting interiors that inspire contemplation and an innate empathy with the environment.

Sitetectonix

LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT

A landscape architecture and consulting firm with 20 years of experience, conceived the development’s environment in grids, expressed throughout water, earth and green elements with continuity in parallel with the verdant landscape.