(Close up of the wall)
The Institut Du Monde Arabe in France was built by a french architect Jean Nouvel from 1987 to 1988. The structure has a south-facing wall made up of 30,000 “eyes” that open and close according to the sun rising and setting. This setting controls thermal exposure and interior lighting.
It is located on the “left back of the Seine” and has a view of the Notre Dame.
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