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LIVE STREAM: Watch Japanese Architect Shigeru Ban Receive 2014 Pritzker Architecture Prize in Amsterdam

LIVE STREAM: Watch Japanese Architect Shigeru Ban Receive 2014 Pritzker Architecture Prize in Amsterdam

This video © The Hyatt Foundation / Pritzker Architecture Prize. This year we were thrilled to announce that one of our favorite architects, Shigeru Ban, won the 2014 Pritzker Prize--and today, for

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Canada’s New Moriyama RAIC International Prize to Rival the Pritzker and Stirling Prizes

Canada’s New Moriyama RAIC International Prize to Rival the Pritzker and Stirling Prizes

The Royal Architectural Institute of Canada and architect Raymond Moriyama have launched the new biannual Moriyama RAIC International Prize, which will rival the renowned Pritzker and Stirling Prizes. The

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Winners of 2nd Annual Architizer A+ Awards Announced

Winners of 2nd Annual Architizer A+ Awards Announced

Winners of the second Annual Architizer A+Awards have been announced and the shortlist of 129 projects includes works by Zaha Hadid Architects, Studio Fuksas, SOM and BIG. The awarded designs in over 60

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The New Gehry Residence in Los Angeles Sure is Shiny

The New Gehry Residence in Los Angeles Sure is Shiny

It is not often that an architecture master reinvents himself, but that is precisely what Pritzker Prize winning architect Frank Gehry has done. Gehry, who first won international recognition with his own

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10 Incredible Designs by 2014 Pritzker Prize Laureate Shigeru Ban

10 Incredible Designs by 2014 Pritzker Prize Laureate Shigeru Ban

Cardboard Cathedral in Christchurch, New Zealand Shigeru Ban designed, pro-bono, this stunning temporary Cardboard Cathedral for Christchurch following a devastating earthquake in 2011. Built with his

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Pritzker Architecture Prize Committee Rejects Petition to Give Denise Scott Brown Retroactive Award

Pritzker Architecture Prize Committee Rejects Petition to Give Denise Scott Brown Retroactive Award

Architect Denise Scott Brown has been denied a retroactive Pritzker Prize, according to the Pritzker Prize jury’s official response to an online petition started by a group of Harvard students. The

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Frank Gehry Donates $100,000 to SCIARC to Create Architecture Prize

Frank Gehry Donates $100,000 to SCIARC to Create Architecture Prize

Frank Gehry is probably the most well-known living architect in the world and this week further established his legacy with $100,000 donation to the Southern California Institute of Architecture

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2012 Pritzker Prize Awarded to Wang Shu – First Chinese Architect to Win the Award

2012 Pritzker Prize Awarded to Wang Shu – First Chinese Architect to Win the Award

Wang Shu is the first Chinese architect to be awarded with the Pritzker Architecture Prize. Shu is a 48-year-old architect whose architectural practice, Amateur Architecture Studio, is based in Hangzhou.

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Wang Shu’s Powerful Ningbo History Museum is Made of Rubble

Wang Shu’s Powerful Ningbo History Museum is Made of Rubble

Through an international design competition, Wang Shu won first place to design and built the Ningbo History Museum dedicated to the history of humanities and the arts on the east coast of China.

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NEW PHOTOS: A Secret Garden Blooms in Peter Zumthor’s 2011 Serpentine Pavilion

NEW PHOTOS: A Secret Garden Blooms in Peter Zumthor’s 2011 Serpentine Pavilion

Photo by Danica Kus The pavilion is classic Zumthor in its minimalism and modernist restraint, but the twist is in how the building pushes the envelope through subtractive design -- it reduces

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Peter Zumthor Unveils Sheltered Garden for 2011 Serpentine Pavilion

Peter Zumthor Unveils Sheltered Garden for 2011 Serpentine Pavilion

Today 2009 Pritzker Prize-winning architect Peter Zumthor unveiled his contemplative design for London's annual Serpentine Pavilion exhibition. The 2011 Serpentine pavilion will be unique in that previous

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Jean Nouvel’s “Green Blade” Slices LA Skyline

Jean Nouvel’s “Green Blade” Slices LA Skyline

Aptly nicknamed the “green blade,” Jean Nouvel’s newest addition to the asphalt laden City of Angels slices through the concrete jungle at 10,000 Santa Monica, adding much needed

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Jean Nouvel Wins the 2008 Pritzker Prize

Jean Nouvel Wins the 2008 Pritzker Prize

Groundreaking architect Jean Nouvel has inspired and influenced international architecture (and many of us here at Inhabitat) for over three decades with creative interpretations of culture, location,

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PRITZKER PRIZE GOES TO PAULO MENDES DA ROCHA

PRITZKER PRIZE GOES TO PAULO MENDES DA ROCHA

There's been plenty of excitement the last day or so over the news of this year's Pritzker Prize winner, Brazilian architect Paulo Mendes da Rocha. Da Rocha's work is significant for his poetic use of an

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