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Spanish trio wins the 2017 Pritzker Architecture Prize

  • Author:Illya
  • Source:Onekin
  • Release on :2017-03-03


Bell–Lloc 2007  Palamós


La Lira 2011 Heluona Spain


El Petit Comte  2010  Heluona Spain

  Above architecture works is designed by Spanish architect Pafael Aranda, Carmen Pigem and Ramon Vilaita. Their studio is called RCR, the first letter of their name.

  They won the latest Pritzker Architecture Prize at March 1st. This award has been hailed as Nobel Prize in architecture, is established since 1979. It is the second time that this prize was awarded to a group.

  Their designs are quiet and beautiful, dive expression to aesthetic feeling of building itself. Just like The 2017 Pritzker Prize Jury Citation states said:“we live in a globalized world where we must rely on international influences, trade, discussion, transactions, etc. But more and more people fear that because of this international influence…we will lose our local values, our local art, and our local customs…Rafael Aranda, Carme Pigem and Ramon Vilalta tell us that it may be possible to have both. They help us to see, in a most beautiful and poetic way, that the answer to the question is not ‘either/or’ and that we can, at least in architecture, aspire to have both; our roots firmly in place and our arms outstretched to the rest of the world.”

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