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Shigeru Ban and Pritzker explained by Conrad Newel

March 25, 2014

Shigeru Ban and Pritzker explained by Conrad Newel

Now I can’t think of a Pritzker winner without thinking of your analysis Conrad!

The link below is a latest post on the Pritzker win by the (already) famous and also Japanese architect, and is really a jab at Zaha Hadid @

Not fair Conrad. What would the world be if all the architects worked for only politically correct clients? How would you get the pyramids? Or the Louvre? Or the most beautiful of all, the White House?

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