Mario Ermoli|Ambroise Tézenas|||||||||||The architect shares his grand plans for Salone Ufficio|The Cartier foundation, a glass palace built around a tree|The Musée du Quai Branly, whose lush planting is a vital design component|An almost spectral view of the Cartier Foundation’s cedar tree|Barcelona’s Torre Agbar, 4,500 LED panels change the facade’s colour|Torre Agbar’s “pixellated” appearance, as seen from its interior|One New Change’s glass boulevards frame the dome of St Paul’s Cathedral|City slicker: One New Change as viewed from the cathedral’s dome|Ad agency CLMBBDO’s office, complete with retractable roof|East meets west at the Institut du Monde Arabe in Paris|Automated aperatures on the Institut’s facade let in the light||
18 Mar 2013

Jean Nouvel inhabits the office

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