He has covered the 3,600 pieces of glass making up the building's 12 sails in brightly-coloured filters. The colourful pieces have been arranged in a chequerboard-like formation, and have been applied to both the inside and outside of the building's glass facades – creating a kaleidoscopic effect that changes depending on the time of day.
The bright panels pick up hues and textures present in their surroundings: green expanses of forest, the red of neighboring buildings.
13 different hues that accentuate the shiplike structure’s 12 billowing sails.
Guess which is my favourite?!?
Patterns refracting on 3,600 pieces of glass both inside and outside of the building
A penchant for tiling would seem to share the iconic Louis Vuitton "Damier" pattern
"One of the most important things is to give to people the freedom to see the way they'd like" says Daniel Buren.
A peek towards the Eiffel Tower
The very first sketch drawn on a napkin by Frank Gehry
Not quite sure why they call this the grotto?
A sense of pure luxury
These four deckchairs had our name of them...
... after a very intense lunch!