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“In this week's interview with the Nouvel Observateur, Amis thinks modern British politicians are "nothing", the Queen and her family "philistines", the aristocracy "pathetic".”
“In fact, the Nouvel Observateur interview has nothing about his leaving, which is said to be for family reasons.”
“Plea for a Tax The text of the call issued this week by a group of French wealthy individuals in weekly magazine Le Nouvel Observateur.”
“At a time when the government is asking everyone to show solidarity, we feel we must contribute," Ms. Bettencourt and the other wealthy French said in an open letter published on the website of weekly magazine Le Nouvel Observateur.”
“Jean Daniel, editor of Le Nouvel Observateur, sniffily asked why "the supposed victim was treated as worthy and beyond suspicion.”
“Other modern buildings—such as 40 Mercer St. in SoHo, designed by Jean Nouvel—have been more successful at giving windows more definition.”
“In the Nouvel Observateur magazine last week, editor Laurent Joffrin wrote that an "indulgence of overly insistent advances, which end up as affronts to the dignity of women, are a French archaism which is broadly spread across all political parties and all milieus".”
“In the past few years, Copenhagen has opened an enormous new opera house; a much-admired repertory theater, the Skuespilhuset; and a new, audience-friendly concert hall, the Koncerthuset, designed by Pritzker Prize-winner Jean Nouvel.”
“What began with sleek downtown projects from architects like Richard Meier and Jean Nouvel was followed by boxier glass residential buildings that sprouted like weeds along midtown's West Side.”
“The MoMA tower, designed by Pritzker prize winner Jean Nouvel, would be a mixed-use building that would include residential units next to the museum.”
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