Collection by Luke Hopping

Pritzker Worthy: Awe-Inspiring Architecture by Pritzker Laureates

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Following yesterday's announcement that the late German architect Frei Otto won the 2015 Pritzker Prize, we decided to revisit some more awe-inspiring architecture by recent laureates.

The New Museum for Contemporary Art in New York resembles a haphazardly stacked set of boxes.
Cardboard Cathedral (Christchurch, New Zealand: 2013) After a massive earthquake destroyed this New Zealand town’s...
Another facade of the Ningbo Tengtou Pavilion shows another geometric cutout above a small forest of bamboo.
Torres de Toyo Ito with Hotel Porta Fira.
2005: Alvaro Siza and Eduardo Souto de Moura with Cecil Balmond – Arup Siza’s scheme, an array of timber joints and...
Otto is well known for the steel and glass canopies that he designed for the 1972 Olympic Games in Munich.
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