Arata Isozaki, one of the most influential post-war architects, is renowned for connecting East and West, global and local, raising questions that transcend eras and borders.
Burkinabé architect Diébédo Francis Kéré challenges Africa’s scarcity and extreme climate to empower local communities with sustainable contemporary architecture.
2022 Pritzker Architecture: Diébédo Francis Kéré is the first black professional to receive the Nobel equivalent for architecture. The Burkinabé architect challenges Africa’s scarcity and extreme climate to empower local communities and beyond.
‘Architects should not demolish but always add, transform and reuse.’ Lacaton and Vassal win the 2021 Pritzker Prize with a human-based and sustainable vision.
Lacaton and Vassal won the 2021 Pritzker Architecture Prize. We have rounded up some of the studio’s most notable projects in a dedicated Pinterest gallery.
2020 Pritzker Prize. For the first time the Nobel equivalent for architecture goes to a team of two women: Yvonne Farrell and Shelley McNamara, co-founders of Grafton Architects.
An inflatable mobile concert hall, a brutalist/metabolist library and a spiraling steel tower are among the prominent projects of Arata Isozaki, the 2019 Pritzker Architecture Prize laureate. Discover more in our dedicated gallery.
Balkrishna Doshi once said that there “are not houses, but homes where a happy community lives. That is what finally matters”. Discover the values and architecture of the 2018 Pritzker Prize winner through 7 masterpieces.
Unity of materials and the strength of the meeting of minds. These are the values of the founders of Catalan studio RCR Arquitectes who won 2017 Pritzker Prize by humbly avoiding international limelight.
2016 Pritzker Prize goes to Alejandro Aravena. The curator of upcoming Venice Biennale is known for engaging local communities to develop social and sustainable architecture that improves people’s lives.