Musée du Quai Branly

Réalisé en 2004

Architecte : Jean Nouvel

  • Philodendron bipinnatifidum after 6 years, President Office, Quai Branly Museum, Dec. 2012

    Philodendron bipinnatifidum after 6 years, President Office, Quai Branly Museum, Dec. 2012

  • Quai Branly Museum, translucent façade with  photos by Patrick Blanc

    Quai Branly Museum, translucent façade with photos by Patrick Blanc

  • Quai Branly Museum, translucent façade with  photo by Patrick Blanc of the rattan Ancistrophyllum secundiflorum in Cameroun rain forest canopy

    Quai Branly Museum, translucent façade with photo by Patrick Blanc of the rattan Ancistrophyllum secundiflorum in Cameroun rain forest canopy

  • Quai Branly Museum,  exhibition boxes and photos by Patrick Blanc on the translucent façade

    Quai Branly Museum, exhibition boxes and photos by Patrick Blanc on the translucent façade

  • Quai Branly Museum, translucent façade with  photo by Patrick Blanc of Lobelia lanuriensis the mossy forest of Mount Ruwenzori, Ouganda

    Quai Branly Museum, translucent façade with photo by Patrick Blanc of Lobelia lanuriensis the mossy forest of Mount Ruwenzori, Ouganda

  • Quai Branly Museum, translucent façade with  photo by Patrick Blanc of Lobelia lanuriensis and Dendrosenecio erici-rosenii the mossy forest of Mount Ruwenzori, Ouganda

    Quai Branly Museum, translucent façade with photo by Patrick Blanc of Lobelia lanuriensis and Dendrosenecio erici-rosenii the mossy forest of Mount Ruwenzori, Ouganda

  • Quai Branly Museum, translucent façade with  photo by Patrick Blanc of the Cameroun rain forest canopy with the young red leaves of Desbordesia glaucesscens

    Quai Branly Museum, translucent façade with photo by Patrick Blanc of the Cameroun rain forest canopy with the young red leaves of Desbordesia glaucesscens

  • Quai Branly Museum, translucent façade with  photo by Patrick Blanc of the Cameroun rainforest canopy with the young red leaves of Desbordesia glaucescens

    Quai Branly Museum, translucent façade with photo by Patrick Blanc of the Cameroun rainforest canopy with the young red leaves of Desbordesia glaucescens

  • Quai Branly Museum, translucent façade with photos by Patrick Blanc of East African forest canopy

    Quai Branly Museum, translucent façade with photos by Patrick Blanc of East African forest canopy

  • Quai Branly Museum, translucent façade with  exhibition boxes and photo by Patrick Blanc of the rattan Ancistrophyllum secundiflorum in Cameroun rain forest canopy

    Quai Branly Museum, translucent façade with exhibition boxes and photo by Patrick Blanc of the rattan Ancistrophyllum secundiflorum in Cameroun rain forest canopy

  • Quai Branly Museum, translucent façade with  photo by Patrick Blanc of the rattan Ancistrophyllum secundiflorum in Cameroun and reflection of flowering horse chestnut on the glass façade

    Quai Branly Museum, translucent façade with photo by Patrick Blanc of the rattan Ancistrophyllum secundiflorum in Cameroun and reflection of flowering horse chestnut on the glass façade

  • Quai Branly Museum, translucent façade with photo by Patrick Blanc of Argostemma unifolium from Malaysia, each individual plant being reduced to one single leaf

    Quai Branly Museum, translucent façade with photo by Patrick Blanc of Argostemma unifolium from Malaysia, each individual plant being reduced to one single leaf

  • Quai Branly Museum, translucent façade with photo by Patrick Blanc of Argostemma unifolium in Malaysia

    Quai Branly Museum, translucent façade with photo by Patrick Blanc of Argostemma unifolium in Malaysia

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