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Arata Isozaki Wins Pritzker 2019

March 5, 2019

Arata Isozaki: The Pritzker Architecture Prize

For his contribution to the world of architecture, an old favourite of architects and an old world master, gets Pritzker.

To deal with pain to heal, and to build something new that was like the old, both for symbolic and utilitarian reasons.

But without taking away from his achievement: Conrad, take a bow! Yet another Japanese architect wins (Shigeru Ban and Pritzker explained by Conrad Newel) (It is Ito) – this is as much an ode to the evolved nature of the Japaneses’ architectural sensibilities, as the prevalence and predictability of their winning.

 

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