The architects evil of scenography ?



Is it because of this attraction of opposite ? No doubt that the architects are falling over on the side of the scenography. When Jean Nouvel creates a totally dark Museum of Primitive arts (the somber is the environment of the scenography and I adore it, obviously), with, besides, a whole piece of his museum reserved for scenographic exercises (but, the law of nature having played, these boxes were finally structured), he becomes a scenographer. When he imagines a big screen at the top of a tower, he is not an architect.


And when he creates a cave in the entrance of future Philarmonique of Paris, who is he?