Architect Richard Meier is well known and respected around the world for his architecture and designs. He has been awarded major commissions in the United States and Europe including courthouses, city halls, museums, corporate headquarters, housing, and private residences. In 1984, he was awarded the Pritzker Prize for Architecture and in 1997 he received the AIA Gold Medal. Educated at Cornell, Meier figures prominently in the canon of Modernism and was named along with Peter Eisenman, Michael Graves, Charles Gwathmey, and John Hejduk in "The New York Five"—a group of young architects who continued the high modernist principles of Le Corbusier.

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