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PRITZKER PRITZKER ARCHITECTURE ARCHITECTURE PRIZE PRIZE AWARDEES AWARDEES

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  • PRITZKER ARCHITECTUREPRIZE AWARDEES

  • 1979 Philip JohnsonUnited States

    - AT & T- Johnson House New Canaan, Connecticut- International Place, Boston- Crystal Cathedral, California- United Bank Center TowerDenver- Tycon Towers, Virginia- PPG, Pittsburgh- National Center for Performing Arts, Bombay- Water Garden, Forthworth, Texas- Dade County Cultural Center, Miami

  • 1980 LuisBarragnMexico

    - prominent twentieth-century Mexican architect and landscape architect, was born in 1902 in the state of Jalisco, Mexico. - was an accomplished horseman -- became part of his creative genius in expressing architectural form in the landscape. - Casa Antonio Galvez, Mexico- Casa Luis Barragan, Mexico

  • 1981James StirlingGreat Britain

    - British architect born in Glasgow, Scotland in 1926. - He received his architectural degree from the University of Liverpool School of Architecture in 1950. - In 1971, He formed a partnership with Michael Wilford. The firm is currently James Stirling, Michael Wilford and Associates. - Engineering Building Leicester University, England- Neue Staatsgalerie, Germany

  • 1982Kevin RocheUnited States

    - The firm Kevin Roche (1922-), John Dinkeloo (1918-1981) and Associates has produced some of contemporary America's most significant and influential civic and corporate architecture. - College Life Insurance Co., Indiana- Deere West Office Building, Illinois- Ford Foundation Building, New York- Knights of Columbus Building, Connecticut- Oakland Museum, California- U.N. Plaza, New York

  • 1983Ieoh Ming Pei United States

    - Bank of China- The Louvre- Boston City Hall- Christian Science Center, Boston- East Wing National Gallery, Wash.D.C.- Everson Museum of Art, New York- Hancock Place, Boston- Javits Convention Center, New York- Johnson Museum of Art, New York- Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Ohio- National Center for Atmospheric Research, Colorado

  • 1984Richard MeierUnited States- Frankfurt Museum for Decorative Arts, Germany - Canal+ Television Headquarters, Paris- Hartford Seminary, Connecticut- Atheneun New Harmony, Indiana- Bronx Developmental Center, New York - Getty Center, Los Angeles, California.- High Museum of Art, Atlanta

  • 1985Hans HolleinAustria

    - born in Vienna, Austria in 1934.- Retti Candleshop- Haas Haus, Vienna, Austria- two jewelry stores for Schullin in Vienna- a retail shop for the Beck company in Trump Tower in New York.- Tourist Office in Vienna.- Municipal Museum Abteiberg, Monchengladbach, Germany

  • 1986Gottfried BoehmGermany - German architect born in 1920 in Offenbach/Main, near Frankfurt/Main, in what today is the Federal Republic of Germany.- worked in Cologne at his father's office from 1947 to 1950. - In 1950, He began working for Rudolf Schwarz (18971961), another prominent German church architect, and in 1951 for Cajetan Baumann in New York City. - Returning to Cologne, he went into a partnership with his father from 1952 to 1955, and took over the office after Dominikus Boehm's death. - Pilgrimage Church, Germany

  • 1987Kenzo TangeJapan

    - Ichinomiya Rowhouses, Japan- Kurashiki City Hall, Japan- Nichinan Cultural Center, Japan- Hiroshima Peace Center, Japan- OUB Building, Singapore- Small Olympic Arena, TokyoSogestsu Art Center, Tokyo Shinjuku City Hall, Tokyo

  • 1988

    Gordon BunshaftUnited States- 24-story Lever House in New York - National Commercial Bank in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia - Manufacturers Trust Co., New York

    Oscar NiemeyerBrazil - Aeronautical Research Center near Sao Paulo - Renault & Communist Party Headquarters in Paris- Mondadori Editorial Office in Milan FATA Office Building in Turin. - Zoological Gardens, Algiers- University of Constantine, and the Foreign Office

  • 1989Frank O. GehryUnited States

    - Guggenheim Museum, Spain- Loyola Law School Los Angeles- California Aerospace Museum (1982-1984),Los Angeles- University of Toledo Art Museum, Ohio (1990-1992)- Vitra Design Museum (1990) Weil am Rhein, Germany,

  • 1990Aldo RossiItaly- a housing complex on the outskirts of Milan (Gallaratese 1969-1974)- San Cataldo cemetery in Modena (begun 1972), Fagnano Olona School in Varese (1972-77)- Hotel Il Palazzo, Fukuoka,Japan- Il Teatro del Mondo, Venice, Italy

  • 1991Robert VenturiUnited States

    - Vanna Venturi House, Pennsylvania - Guild House (an apartment building for the elderly built in 1965)- Allen Art Museum Addition, Ohio- Brant House, Connecticut- Gordon Wu Hall, Princeton, Connecticut- Tucker House at Mount Kisco, New York- Trubek House, Massachussets

  • 1992Alvaro SizaPortugal

    - School of Architecture (1992) at Porto University - Teachers Training College (1991) at Setubal- Centro Galiziano (Museum of Modern Art, in Santiago de Compostela, Spain - Aveiro University Library, Portugal (1994)- Vitra factory at Weil-am-Rein, Germany- Schlesisches Tor Apartments at Kreuzberg, Germany (1983) - Portuguese Pavilion at Expo '98 in Lisbon, Portugal (1998)- Santa Maria Church in Marco de Canavezes, Portugal (1997).

  • 1993Fumihiko MakiJapan

    - A member of the Metabolist movement - a group of ambitious postwar Japanese architects who advocated the embrace of new technology with a concomitant belief in architecture's organic, humanist.. - Kato Gakuen Elementary School (1972) in Numazu - Tsukuba University Central Building (1974). - Iwasaki Art Museum (1979) - YKK Guest House (1982) - Center for the Arts (1993) at Yerba Buena Gardens in San Francisco- Isar Bropark (1995) near Munic- Floating Pavilion (1996) in Groningen- Children's House in Poland

  • 1994Christian de Portzamparc France - City of Music, La Villette, Paris- Erik Satie Conservatory of Music - Hautes-Formes, Paris- Dance School of the Paris OperaNanterre - Cafe Beaubourg - Ungaro Boutiques

  • 1995Tadao AndoJapan

    - Rokko Housing One, Kobe,Japan- Japanese Pavilion for Expo 92, Spain- Azuma House- Ishihara House, Osaka- Church of Light- Church on the Water - Childrens Museum, Himeji- Naoshima Contemporary Art Museum

  • 1996Rafael Moneo Spain

    - Davis Museum and Cultural Center at Wellesley College in Massachusetts- National Museum of Roman Art in Mrida, Spain- Pilar and Joan Mir Foundation, Island of Mallorca, Spain- Rehabilitation of the Villahermosa Palace in Madrid - Diagonal Building, Barcelona- Atocha Railway Station, Madrid- San Pablo Airport in Seville

  • 1997Sverre Fehn, Norway - Norwegian Pavilion - Hedmark Museum in Hamar, Norway - Nordic Pavilion at the Venice Biennale - Skdalen School for the Deaf - Norwegian Glacier Museum (1991) in Fjrland - Aukrust Centre (1996) in Alvdal- Ivar Aasen Centre (2000) in rsta and the - Norwegian Museum for Photography (2001) in Horten.- Villa Busk in Bamble, Norway, - Chinese Soldiers Exhibition - Norwegian Museum of Architecture in Oslo

  • 1998Renzo Piano, Italy Centre Pompidou, Paris Kansai Airport Terminal, Osaka, Japan Menil Collection, Houston, Texas UNESCO Laboratory and Workshop (also referred to as the Renzo Piano Building Workshop)National Center for Science and Technology in AmsterdamMercedes Benz Design Center, in Stuttgart, GermanyThompson Optronics Factory, ParisRue de Meaux Housing in ParisBercy 2 Shopping Center in Charenton le Pont (Paris)San Nicola Stadium in Bari, ItalyLingotto Factory Conversion

  • 1999Sir Norman FosterUnited Kingdom

    - St. Mary Axe- Reichstag- London City Hall- Millenium Bridge- HSBC Building

  • 2000Rem KoolhaasNetherlands

    - Netherlands Dance Theater- House in Bordeaux, France- Grand Palais (1994) for Euralille- Kunsthal (1992 - art gallery) in Rotterdam- Universal Studios in Los Angeles, California

  • 2001Jacques HerzogSwitzerland

    Pierre de MeuronSwitzerland Walker Art Center expansion, Minneapolis, Minnesota; 2005 Allianz Arena (football stadium), Munich; 2005 Forum Building, Barcelona; 2004 IKMZ, Cottbus; 2004 Laban Dance Centre, Deptford Creek, London; 2003 St. Jakob-Park; Basel; 2001 Tate Modern, Bankside, London; 19952000 Dominus (winery), Napa Valley, California; 1999 Main railway switchtower, Basel; 19941997 Beijing National Stadium for the 2008 Summer Olympics 40 Bond Street New York City. Luxury condominiums developed by Ian Schrager (completion est. 2007) Philharmonic Hall, Hamburg, Germany (completion est. 2009) 1111 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Fla (completion est. 2008)

  • 2002Glenn Murcutt, Australia 1972-74: Laurie Short House, Sydney (NSW) 1974-75: Marie Short House, Kempsey (NSW) 1976-83: Berowra Waters Inn, Berowra Waters (NSW) 1977-80: Nicholas House, Mount Irvine (NSW) 1977-80: Carruthers House, Mount Irvine (NSW) 1980-83: Ball-Eastaway House, Glenorie, Sydney (NSW) 1976-88: Museum of Local History and Tourist Office, Kempsey (NSW) 1981-82: Fredericks House, Jamberoo (NSW) 1982-84: Magney House, Bingie Bingie (NSW) 1986-90: Magney House, Sydney (NSW) 1988-91: Done House, Sydney (NSW) 1988-92: Meagher House, Bowral (NSW) 1989-94: Simpson-Lee House, Mount Wilson (NSW) 1991-94: Marika-Alderton House, Yirrkala Community, Eastern Arnhern Land (NT) 1992: Murcutt Guest Studio, Kempsey (NSW) 1992-94: Bowali Visitor Information Centre, Kakadu National Park (NT), in collaboration with Troppo Architects 1994-96: Schnaxl House, Newport, Sydney (NSW) 1996-98: Fletcher-Page House, Kangaroo Valley (NSW) 1995-96: Douglas and Ruth Murcutt House, Woodside (SA) 1996-99: Arthur and Yvonne Boyd Art Centre, Riversdale, West Cambewarra (NSW), in collaboration with Reg Lark and Wendy Lewin 1997-2001: House in the Southern Highlands (NSW)

  • 2003JrnUtzonDenmark

    - Sydney Opera House - Fredensborg Housing Estate (195962) Denmark- Kingo Housing Estate (1956-58), Denmark- Bagsvaerdi Church (1973-76), Denmark- Skagen Nature Center (2001), Denmatk

  • 2004Zaha HadidUnited Kingdom - Richard and Lois Rosenthal- Center for Contemporary Art Cincinnati, Ohio- Price Tower Arts Center Bartlesville, Oklahoma- BMW in Leipzig - Guggenheim Museum for Taichung, Taiwan

  • 2005Thom MayneUnited States - Wayne L. Morse United States Courthouse, Eugene, Oregon, 2006 - University of Cincinnati Student Recreation Center, Cincinnati, Ohio, 2006 - Science Center School, Los Angeles, California, 2004 - Caltrans District 7 Headquarters, Los Angeles, California, 2004 - Hypo Alpe-Adria Center, Klagenfurt, Austria, 2002 - University of Toronto Graduate House- University of Toronto Graduate House, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, 2000 - Diamond Ranch High School, Pomona, California, 1999 - Sun Tower, Seoul, Korea 1997 - Blades Residence, Santa Barbara, California, 1995 - Salick Healthcare Office Building, Los Angeles, CA, 1991 - Crawford Residence, Montecito, CA, 1990 - Cedar Sinai Comprehensive Cancer Center, Los Angeles, CA, 1988 - 6th Street Residence / Santa Monica, CA, 1988 - Kate Mantilini / Beverly Hills, CA, 1986 New Academic Building, The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art, New York, New York, - 2008 - National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Satellite Operation Facility, Suitland, MD, 2007 - San Francisco Federal Building, San Francisco, California, 2006 - Phare Tower, La Dfense, France (The Lighthouse, "Green" Wind-Powered Office Building, Paris, France, 2012)

  • 2006PAULO MENDES DA ROCHABrazil- Chapel of St. Peter, Campos de Jordao, Brazil- Guaimbe Residential Building, Sao Paulo- Forma Store, Sao Paulo - Brazilian Museum of Sculpture, Sao Paulo