" Un jeu simple et précis. Un jeu de plaques colorées. Sur une règle lumineuse, chacun imagine son Skyline et ses luminières colorées. Floues, contrastées, pures, rythmées, froids, chaudes, érotoqies... Chacun s'y prend au gré des situations et des désirs..." Jean Nouvel.
La base de la lampe de table LED, présente 4 rails ou positionner au choix les différents diffuseurs pour créer d'infinies configurations de luminière et de transparence.
Mat. Base en aluminium et panneaux diffuseurs en méthacrylate
Dimmable avec touch dimmer switch
Finitions base blanche et diffuseurs colorés ou base noir et diffuseur neutres dont un rouge
Sources LED intégré 15W, 1700lm, 2700K, dimmable
31 x 30.5 x 12.5cm
Born in Fumel (France) 1945 After he enrolled at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Bordeaux, Jean Nouvel ranked first in the entrance examination of the Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts in Paris in 1966 and obtained his degree in 1971. Assistant to the architect Claude Parent and inspired by urban planner and essayist Paul Virilio, he started his first architecture practice in 1970. Soon afterwards, he became a founding member of the “Mars 1976” and then a founder of French Architecture Union. His works have gained world-wide recognition through numerous prestigious French and International prizes and rewards. In 1989, The Arab World Institute in Paris was awarded the Aga-Khan Prize because of its role as “a successful bridge between French and Arab cultures”. In 2001, he received three of the highest international awards: the Royal Gold Medal of the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA), the Praemium Imperial of Japan’s Fine Arts Association and the Borromini Prize for the Culture and Conference Center in Lucerne. The Agbar Tower in Barcelona was awarded the International Highrise Award 2006 in Frankfurt, “as it makes an outstanding contribution to the current debate on high-rises”. Jean Nouvel was the recipient of the prestigious Pritzker Prize in 2008. In France, he has received many prizes including the Gold Medal from the French Academy of Architecture, two “Équerres d’Argent” and the National Grand Prize for Architecture.