A high-end elevator is about to become an elevator with eleven souls.
The Elevator of the Cosmos, a collaboration between French architect and architectural icon Jean Nouvel, is an elevator that will be accessible to humans with a wheelchair.
The project, led by French company DLA Design, will allow customers to ride the elevator on their own terms.
The elevator is equipped with a special wheel system that allows a wheelchair user to walk, walk with the help of a wheelchair, walk up stairs or turn around to a different floor.
A team of six architects and designers will design and build the elevator, which will open up in 2019, and will be located in the Louvre Museum of Art.
The design will be a collaboration with the Louvain-based company A.M.G. and the New York-based architects Tromp Architects.
The company that created the elevator has stated that the elevator is “an elevator with 11 Souls.”
The elevator’s name will be inspired by the 11th letter of the alphabet, according to the company.
The 10-story elevator will have 11 souls on each floor, which is the number of souls in the Hebrew alphabet.
Each soul will have its own floor.
In the Lou, there are seven floors, including the 12th floor, the 12 th floor, and the 12 tesla.
The Louvre is also home to the 11 th floor and the 10 th floor.
According to the Louveau de l’Oeuvre, the Louves will house the 11 souls.
On top of that, the elevator will be equipped with six elevators that connect to the 12 doors.
A stairway is also planned to allow customers who use wheelchairs to walk through the elevator.
There are already elevator stations at other high-profile museums.
The 11 souls elevator at the Louvetas is scheduled to open in 2019.