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A Collection of Projects from 2015 Pritzker Prize Winner Frei Otto A Collection of Projects from 2015 Pritzker Prize Winner Frei Otto

Today, it was announced that Frei Otto won the 2015 Pritzker Prize. Here is a selection of projects from the German architect and engineer, who was best known for his work with tensile structures. Read more

12 Disaster Relief Projects by Shigeru Ban Architects
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12 Disaster Relief Projects by Shigeru Ban Architects

Following earthquakes and other natural disasters across the world, the 2014... Read more

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Toyo Ito Was Long Overdue for the Pritzker Toyo Ito Was Long Overdue for the Pritzker

Whatever the Pritzker jury's reasons for delaying the prize to go to Toyo Ito, Aaron Betsky is just grateful that Ito finally got his due. Read more

Toyo Ito Wins the 2013 Pritzker Prize
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Toyo Ito Wins the 2013 Pritzker Prize

With the Pritzker Architecture Prize, Japanese architect Toyo Ito wins a bronze... Read more

Esto Gallery: Remembering Oscar Niemeyer
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Esto Gallery: Remembering Oscar Niemeyer

ARCHITECT presents a brief retrospective of several of the Pritzker Prize-winning... Read more

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Exhibit: 'Kevin Roche: Architecture as Environment' Exhibit: 'Kevin Roche: Architecture as Environment'

The National Building Museum in Washington, D.C., is holding a retrospective of the 1982 Pritzker Prize–winning architect, Kevin Roche. Through Dec. 2. Read more

Letter from the Pritzker Ceremony
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Letter from the Pritzker Ceremony

China's Wang Shu delivers an almost-manifesto in his acceptance speech for the... Read more

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Rafael Moneo Wins 2011 Prince of Asturias Prize

The Pritzker Prize–winning architect Rafael Moneo collected a new medal on his 75th birthday. Read more

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Richard Meier’s Debut Design in South America

Pritzker Prize–winning architect Richard Meier, AIA, designed an office building for Rio de Janiero, which will mark the affluent neighborhood with his signature white-wash stamp. Playing to the neighborhood’s Oceanside setting, Meier took a minimalist approach to designing both the interior and exterior of the building. Read more

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Firms Flock to San Fran Design Competition

San Francisco invites a combination of 20 local and big-name architecture firms to participate in a design competition to makeover the scenic, but seldom used, waterfront Fort Mason Center. Firms on the list include James Corner Field Operations, the designer of New York City’s High Line park; SANAA, the Japanese firm whose leaders took home the 2012 Pritzker Architecture Prize; and Hood Studio of Oakland, Calif. Read more

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