Architect Denise Scott Brown saw her husband Robert Venturi handed the prestigious 1991 Pritzker Architecture Prize
, largely based on work they had done together.
Toyo Ito, the 2013 recipient of the Pritzker Architecture Prize
, is one such Japanese architect who exhibits a sense of spirit in most of his works.
In 2018, Doshi became the first-ever Indian winner of the prestigious Pritzker Architecture Prize
He also won the prestigious Pritzker Architecture Prize
, 1983, and the American Institute of Architects Gold Medal, 1979.
He dedicated the $100,000 prize money he was awarded as laureate of the Pritzker Architecture Prize
to setting up a scholarship fund for Chinese students to study the craft in the United States, on the condition they return home to design and build.
A trip to Milano, Italy, changed her life as she accidentally saw a fly at the airport announcing that the Iraqi-British architect Zaha Hadid, the first female winner of the Pritzker Architecture Prize
in 2004, had established a new center of art in Milano.
Targeting to open on June 15 as the cornerstone of City of Dreams' Phase III development, Morpheus is a unique architectural masterpiece designed by the late Dame Zaha Hadid DBE - the legendary architect and the first woman to be awarded the prestigious Pritzker Architecture Prize
Established in 1979 by Zaha Hadid (October 1950-March 31, 2016), an Iraqi-British architect who became the first woman to receive the Pritzker Architecture Prize
in 2004, ZHA is known for its dynamic, innovative and iconic architecture, with a portfolio of over 950 projects spread across 44 countries.
Balkrishna Doshi has won the Pritzker Architecture Prize
, becoming the first Indian to win the highest honor in architecture.
Hadid may have been the first woman to win the 'Nobel Prize of architecture', the Pritzker Architecture Prize
in 2004, but she was not stranger to sexism.
? Zaha Hadid, 65 - architect and first woman to be given the Pritzker Architecture Prize
. Died March 31.
Crusading curator (and winner of this year's Pritzker Architecture Prize
) Alejandro Aravena has marshaled projects from eighty-eight participants plus sixty-five national pavilions in an effort to prove once and for all that architecture is--and ought to be--a field for political action.