Jean Nouvel is a contemporary architectural master. He creates bold buildings of glass, steel and modern structures offering a signature play of transparency, light, and shadow. Nouvel combines rigorous geometry and the latest industrial materials with drama and visual excitement.
Nouvel’s design methods have also been conformed into architectural products. The Jean Nouvel lever is a fine example. A singular and innovative interior accessory that combines exquisite detail, with comfort and pertinence. The lever is designed for Denmark’s Radio Concert House in Copenhagen.
Some of Nouvel’s master pieces include the Institute du Monde Arabe and the Fondation Cartier in Paris, along with Opéra National de Lyon, also in France. After winning the 2008 Pritzker Prize, Nouvel entered the architectural “Hall of Fame”.
The Jean Nouvel lever is available in brushed stainless steel, as well as teak, oak and beech.