2016 Pritzker Prize awarded to Chilean Architect Alejandro Aravena.
Mr. Aravena's work is fueled by the community and the public's participation in the design process. His work focuses on trying to use architecture as a solution to some of the biggest problems facing the world today such as migration, climate change and the lack of resources.
Read article at The New York Times
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5/29/2018 02:39:46 pm
A word of congratulations or a congratulatory remark is usually just what anyone needed to give them enough motivation to actually finish what they started. Nobody wants his work unappreciated. It simply doesn't feel good at all. Try mowing your lawn for three straight days and get no kind word from your wife or mother, would you be amused? Won't you mow the lawn the next day? I don't think so.
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