Jean Nouvel was born in Fumel (France). He graduated in Architecture in Paris. In 2008 he won the Pritzker Prize.
The French architect has designed twelve suites where two names are of particular importance to the concept and design: the photographers Araki and Fleischer. As the original idea is that this floor be devoted to pleasure, the French architect has decided to use the walls to display the work of these two photographers, who play with interesting images of the human body and geishas. The guest may choose between two colours and themes: black and white.
The Executive Suites feature a system of sliding panels with rails on the floor and the ceiling to allow guests to organise the space as they wish, the clients themselves can act as the architects, reorganising the area to suit their own tastes. Perhaps you would like a large bathroom or a spacious living area. The panels make all this possible.
The Presidential Suites have a guest room boasting views of Madrid, with a floor-to-ceiling glass wall looking onto the street and the surrounding mountains.