Pritzker Prize-winning architect Jean Nouvel, among the most thoughtful, innovative, and rebellious architects of his generation, reflects on his work past and present. We see a master in action in exclusive footage at the various stages off his process – conceptualising, sketching, and even deciding the color of the stones to be used in the galleries of the Louvre Abu Dhabi. This is a meditative and rare portrait of one of the giants of contemporary architecture and design.

About the director
Matt Tyrnauer, a native of Los Angeles, attended Wesleyan University, where he apprenticed under the film professor Joseph W. Reed, a pioneer in American film scholarship. He is a partner in Altimeter Films, which he co-founded with Corey Reeser. One of his films was one of the highest-grossing documentaries in 2010, and was short-listed for an Academy Award for best documentary feature. Tyrnauer is also an award-winning journalist, who has written many feature articles for Vanity Fair, where he has been editor-at-large, special correspondent and is now a contributing editor.