Celebrating the Art of Architecture: 25 Years of Pritzker Prize Winning Architects

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Marketplace Books, 2004 - Architecture - 127 pages
Architecture is the art form that most impacts our lives. In 1979, the prestigious Pritzker Architecture Prize was established to formally recognize the talented architects who enrich our world through their artistry and innovation. Each year since, a living architect whose vision and commitment has produced "significant contributions to humanity and the built environment through the art of architecture" has been honored. A generation of the most outstanding international architects has now received the coveted award. This volume showcases - and celebrates - these inspiring individuals who continue to shape our world through the art of architecture."The mother art is architecture. Without an architecture of your own, we have no soul of our own civilization." - Frank Lloyd Wright

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Architecture The Mother of All Arts
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The Dean of Architects 13
Richard Meier 1984 Laureate
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