Architect Robert Venturi is the author of a “gentle manifesto” called Complexity and Contradiction in Architecture; he is the deserving recipient of the 1991 Pritzker Prize; and, in addition to countless residences, including the iconic house for his mother in Chestnut Hill, Pennsylvania, he has produced major works of institutional architecture. University buildings at Yale, Dartmouth, and Harvard; the Seattle Art Museum; and the Sainsbury Wing of London's National Gallery are but some of the structures designed by the prolific Venturi.