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Richard Rogers Wins Pritzker

Richard Rogers Wins Pritzker

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  • Credit: Dan Stevens

British architect Richard Rogers is the 2007 recipient of the Pritzker Architecture Prize. He was chosen by a jury comprising property developer Peter Palumbo (chair), Vitra chairman Rolf Fehlbaum, historian Victoria Newhouse, Phaidon Press editor Karen Stein, and architects Shigeru Ban, Carlos Jimenez, and Renzo Piano. Rogers will receive a medal and $100,000 prize at a June 4 ceremony in London. In keeping with Pritzker Prize tradition, the event will occur at an architecturally significant location: the Banqueting House, which Inigo Jones designed in 1619 for Charles I.