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Wang Shu Pritzker Prize 2012! I hope it's the first step for the rise of human architecture in China! A very happy day!
Wang Shu Pritzker Prize 2012! I hope it's the first step for the rise of human architecture in China! A very happy #architecture ideas #installation architecture #architecture masterpiece #modern architecture #cotage| http://modernarchitecturemeggie.blogspot.com
2011 Pritzker Prize Winner Wang Shu (born 4 November 1963) is a Chinese architect based in Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province. Wang creates modern buildings making use of traditional materials and applying older techniques. Wang is a keen supporter of architectural heritage where globalisation has stripped cities of their special attributes. Projects: Ningbo Museum, Vertical Courtyard Apartments, Library of Wenzheng College at Soochow University. Wikipedia
2012 Pritzker Prize: Wang Shu Wang Shu, Chinese architect and founder of Amateur Architecture Studio, has been just announced as the recipient of the 2012 Pritzker Prize. The Pritzker Prize’s purpose is “to honor a living architect whose built work demonstrates a combination of those qualities of talent, vision, and commitment, which has produced consistent and significant contributions to humanity and the built environment through the art of architecture”.
Wang Shu a Chinese architect based in Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province. In 1997, Wang Shu and his wife Lu Wenyu, also an architect, founded the firm Amateur Architecture Studio. They chose the name as a rebuke of the "professional, soulless architecture" practiced in China, which they believe has contributed to the large-scale demolition of many old urban neighborhoods. In 2012, Wang became the first Chinese to win the Pritzker Prize, architecture world's highest honou
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2012 Pritzker Prize recipient Wang Shu
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"He told me that architecture is important, but that life is more important." - Tribute to Oscar Niemeyer by Norman Foster #architecture #quote #foster #neimeyer
A touching tribute to one of the famous architects, Oscar Niemeyer, by Norman Foster. Click the photo to see more.
Touching tribute to Oscar Niemeyer by Norman Foster. Click to read more! "He told me that architecture is important, but that life is more important." #architecture #tribute #niemeyer #foster #speech
"He told me that architecture is important, but that life is more important." - Tribute to Oscar Niemeyer by Norman Foster
tribute to Oscar Niemeyer by Norman Foster: "He told me that architecture is important, but that life is more important."
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Italian architect & designer Carlo Scarpa (c.1970), well known for his glass designs & innovations at the Venetian glass company Venini (1932-47). Photograph courtesy of Selldorf Architects. via arch daily
SCARPA, Carlo 1906 - 1978 A life dedicated to articulating the changes of time. Past, present, future. Growth, entropy, decay.
Carlo Scarpa // “If the architecture is any good, a person who looks and listens will feel its good effects without noticing.” www.nitch.com
Carlo Scarpa (Venezia, 2 giugno 1906 – Sendai, 28 novembre 1978) #design #architettura #storia #personaggi
CARLO SCARPA never completed a full-scale architectural eduction and was never recognized as an architect. At the age of 72,the time of his death, Carlo Scarpa was at the height of his fame and influence. His buildings and projects were being studied by architects and students throughout the world The World´s best photos of his work found on flikr: http://flickrhivemind.net/Tags/brion,carlo/Interesting
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Carlo Scarpa at the end of seventies, photo © Fondazione Giorgio Cini
Carlo Scarpa | Venini 1932-1947 at Rooms for Glass