2011 Pritzker Prize Goes to Eduardo Souto de Moura

2011 Pritzker Prize Goes to Eduardo Souto de Moura

Sarah Coffey
Mar 29, 2011

The big news today in the design community is this year's Pritzker Prize winner, Eduardo Souto de Moura. Blair Kamin of the Chicago Tribune says, "Little known in the United States and with no buildings here, Souto de Moura, 58, is the second Portuguese architect to win the Pritzker." Plus, Metropolis looks at Danish architect Bjarke Ingel's current winning streak, and Japanese architect Shigeru Ban talks to the New York Times about designing shelters for quake victims.

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Photo: Francisco Nogueira via ArchDaily

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